September 2022

Rail Baltica is one of the most ambitious rail projects currently under construction in Europe. The Trans-European rail project will connect Finland, Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, and Poland, while also improving connections to West Europe.

In our next issue, we look into the technicalities of the project, as well as the economic and social boost that it will bring to the region. We also consider the importance of the Baltic States moving away from Russian gauge railways to European standards of rail infrastructure, given the current geopolitical climate.

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Editor | Peter Nilson
Writers | Glenn Barklie, Luke Christou, Marina Leiva, Jasleen Mann, Peter Nilson, Andy Tunnincliffe
Magazine Designer | Noemi Balint
Designers | Anett Arc, Martina Labaiova, Ashley McPherson, Tyrrell Lowe, Will Ingham

Lead Designer | John Hammond

Publisher | Susanne Hauner


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Cover image: A passenger who arrived from Ukraine is seen inside a train in Krakow, Poland on March 8, 2022. Credit:  Beata Zawrzel/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images


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