Switzerland

Intermediate Financing for the Zurich DML

The Zurich cross-city link (DML) embraces the new Zurich-Alstetten – Hauptbahn-hof – Zurich-Oerlikon railway route, the 4-track underground through station Löwenstraße as well as the extension and inclusion of Oerlikon Station. In addition various access routes in the region are to be developed.

The DML will altogether cost some 2 bill. CHF (roughly 1.3 bill. euros). The state will finance the entire mainline traffic and share the costs for regional traffic with the Canton of Zurich (50:50). In other words, the federal government will contribute 76 % and the Canton of Zurich 33 %.
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