TALLINN – Estonian privately-owned train operator Edelaraudtee has turned to the government with a request to exclude the railway tracks between Parnu and Raekula stations from the public railway as the railway section has not been in use since the year before last and Rail Baltic will be built on the same route, public broadcaster ERR reports.
Rail Baltic project coordinator Kristjan Kaunissaare said that the design of the Parnu Rail Baltic terminal takes into account the assumption that there is no longer a 1,520-millimeter railway operating there.
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