Sweden - Adalsbanan

Adalsbanan in Sweden

The Adalsbanan is a part of the plan decided on by the EU to standardise trans-border rail links in Europe (ERTMS European Rail Traffic Management System). In this connection Sweden is the first country in Europe to implement this plan at regional traffic level. Realisation is scheduled for 2030 and embraces both upgrading as well as the construction of new routes for Sweden’s railway system.

Adalsbanan and Bothniabanan

North Sweden’s link to the south has been substantially improved along the country’s eastern coastline thanks to the development of the railway infrastructure. The Adal and Bothnia Lines represent a part of this development plan. Thus along the Norrland Baltic Sea coast in future 50 to 60 trains per day will run instead of the present 8 to 10 and connect the important industrial locations in Sweden’s north-east with the south and above all, with the capital Stockholm.

The altogether 180 km long Adal Line runs from Sundsvall via Langsele, Timra Härnsönd to Kramfors....

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