The Rail Baltica transport demand model project is now completed
Rail Baltica is a rail transport infrastructure project that integrates the Baltic States in the European rail network connecting Poland, Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia and indirectly also Finland. It is a fully interoperable railway line of more than 870 km in length designed for both passenger and freight transport and planned to become operational in 2027.
The Rail Baltica transport demand model project, led by TRT, has developed and implemented a multimodal transport model to forecast the passenger and freight demand for the Rail Baltica infrastructure up to the year 2056.
The project is now completed and the model, based on the PTV Visum software platform, was delivered to the client together with a highly specialised intensive training course, The training covers a detailed presentation of the model implementation, execution sequence, inputs and outputs as well as hands-on practice with the model which is focused at potential real scenario cases. The Rail Baltica Rail experts have been trained to work with the passenger and freight demand models, changing model parameters and setting up customised scenarios in a number of model examples.
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