Latvian stations will have the Ineco seal of approval
Ineco, together with its local partner, RERE VIDE, will be in charge of the master design and detailed technical design, as well as the author's supervision, of the 16 regional stations in Latvia for the national railway administrator (EDZL) within the framework of the Rail Baltica corridor. The agreement was sealed at a ceremony attended by the Deputy Director of Tenders, José María Llorente; the Spanish Ambassador to Latvia, Manuel Alhama; the Latvian Minister of Transport, Talis Linkaits, and Kaspars Vingris, President of EDZL, Kitija Gruškeviča of RB Rail AS Latvia, among others.
These stations will serve as mobility points concentrating different types of transport and will allow the railway to become the backbone of the transport system in Latvia, enabling citizens to choose the train as their main means of transport and to combine it with other means of transport in their daily routines.
The company has thus won its first international station design contract and is favourably positioned for the upcoming tenders for the design of stations, workshops and maintenance facilities for Rail Baltica in Latvia and Lithuania. Ineco is one of the main engineering companies involved in this important European high-speed rail project which, with a route of 870 kilometres in length and mixed traffic services (passengers and freight), is expected to link the main cities of the three Baltic countries from 2027 onwards. Not in vain, our company has already been awarded eleven contracts in this project, including the recently awarded "shadow operator" contract.