Inbetriebnahme der 106 km langen Hochgeschwindigkeitsstrecke Baudrecourt und Vendenheim. Dadurch um 30 Minuten verkürzte grenzüberschreitende TGV-Verbindungen zwischen Paris, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Ulm, Augsburg und München.
The new St. Pölten-Vienna leg becomes operational, and Vienna’s new main station also begins a number of operations.
The expanded Augsburg-Munich line is inaugurated and commences operations.
The Rhine bridge between Strasbourg and Kehl is inaugurated with a new double-track railway.
The 300-km high-speed rail line Paris-Baudrecourt becomes operational, enabling regular cross-border TGV connections among Paris, Strasbourg, Karlsruhe, Stuttgart, Ulm, Augsburg, and Munich.
The new four-track Danube bridge between Ulm and Neu-Ulm becomes operational, along with the lowered Ulm-Augsburg railway line at the Neu-Ulm train station. The new railway connection Ulm-Kempten is constructed.
Prof. Dr. Péter Balázs is named E.U. coordinator of the Trans-European Transport Networks priority project Paris-Bratislava (PP17).
The Main Line becomes a priority project of the Trans-European Transport Networks (TEN-T, PP17 and parts of PP22; decision no. 884/2004/EG of the European Parliament and Council).
Germany’s Federal Minister of Transport and France’s Minister of Equipment, Housing, and Transport sign an agreement to construct a high-speed railway linking Paris, eastern France, and southwestern Germany (the “La Rochelle Agreement”).
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