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GERMANY: Infrastructure manager DB Netz has provided detailed cost estimates for the proposed Line S4 Ost extension of the Hamburg S-Bahn network to Bad Oldesloe.
The project would require upgrading 36 km of route to separate local traffic from longer distance trains on the busy Hamburg – Lübeck corridor, with grade separation of junctions and the elimination of level crossings.
The cost is now put at just over €1bn. The increase on a 2013 estimate of €630m is the result of more detailed studies, a 30% risk premium and additional noise reduction measures.
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