Slovenia to modernise railway stations using EU funds

Ljubljana, 20 October - Slovenia will receive almost EUR 91 million from the Connecting Europe Facility (CEF) to modernise its railway infrastructure. Almost EUR 57 million will be spend to upgrade the Jesenice railway station, and over EUR 34 million for modernising several railway stations between Ljubljana and Maribor.

New trains produced by Swiss company Stadler.
Photo: Slovenian railway operator Slovenske ┼Żeleznice

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