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Current corridor length & type

135 km |
single-track |
non-electrified* |

* With the exception of the line Celje–Grobelno is double-track & electrified.

Maribor–Prevalje–SB Austria [83 km]
20.4%
Klagenfurt–Grafestein [15 km]
7.8%
Grafenstein–SB Slovenia [28 km]
14%
Aich/Dob–Bleiburg/Pliberk [9 km]
14.7%
Upgrade proposal

Single-track |
Electrification |
Speeds up to 120km/h |
Multi level crossings |

Upgrade proposal is for this corridor to be completely electrified, with remaining single-tracks, speeds up to 120 km/h and with obligatory multi level crossing.

Maribor–Prevalje–SB Austria [83 km]
20.4%
Klagenfurt–Grafestein [15 km]
7.8%
Grafenstein–SB Slovenia [28 km]
14%
Aich/Dob–Bleiburg/Pliberk [9 km]
14.7%
Current corridor lines

Corridor specification
by lines & municipalities

This corridor has one main railway line, presented more in detail below:

  • from Maribor in Slovenia to Klagenfurt in Austria.

Lines is single-tracks and non-electrified, with the exception of the part from from Klagenfurt to Grafenstein that is double-track and electrified. 

Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) Inter-Regional/Comprehensive Network covers all European regions and is to be completed by 2050. 

European Union (EU) provides funding for railway infrastructure and railway terminals also through EU Cohesion Policy. Co-finance rates are up to 85 percent. Funding channelled through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Cohesion Fund (CF).

Routes & daily frequency

Corridor current stand & upgrade proposal

Crossing three rivers Inter-Regional (Comprehensive) TEN-T Paka–Savinja–Sotla Corridor Proposal: Dravograd–Celje/leg Podčetrtek/–Krapina. Drag right/left to see the current stand and proposed upgrade.

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