Levante reported this information, reports URA-Inform.
This infrastructure project aims to establish a connection between the southern part of Spain and the city of Lviv in Ukraine.
The key feature of the concept is the extension of a corridor through the Mediterranean region, which will be the first route capable of crossing significant continental distances.
The Mediterranean corridor, starting from Lviv, will pave the way through various countries, uniting them into a single transport community. It is planned that passenger trains will be able to reach speeds of up to 160 km/h.
This will ensure the ability to cross national borders in 25 minutes and create a fast and efficient transport route between participating countries. The route will start from the coast of Spain, pass through the cities of Almeria, Granada and Antequera, and end in Lviv. Spanish Transport Minister Oscar Puente stressed that this agreement will strengthen the EU's transport infrastructure.
The new regulation sets clear deadlines for completing the construction of the Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T). The core network should be ready by 2030, the extended core network by 2040, and the global network by 2050.
We recall that it was previously reported that a new obligation is being prepared for drivers in Ukraine: what the people’s deputies have planned.