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The Spanish rail freight terminal Madrid-Vicalvaro will be upgraded with four new rail tracks and a new electronic centre. The Spanish government has authorised the tender to select an engineering firm for the works.
The project has a total budget of 22.9 million Euros, taking 18 months to be completed. This construction is the first of four civil works to extend the station and develop an intermodal logistical hub with 18 rail tracks and capability to handle 750 metre-length cargo trains.
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