Contract High-speed Rail Line Dresden - Prague (GER-CZE)

Railway Engineering

Incre­asing mobility needs coupled with calls for environ­mental protec­tions and conser­vation of natural resources are bringing railway transport back into the spotlight.

While the construction of high-speed railway lines is geared towards passenger transport, the upgrade and rehabi­li­tation of existing standard and narrow gauge lines is aimed at both passenger and freight transport. Moder­niz­ation of railway infra­st­ructure makes railway transport more attractive.

ILF has contri­buted signi­fi­cantly to the imple­men­tation of numerous railway engineering projects in many different countries. ILF provides engineering services both for civil works and railway systems. This enables ILF to render compre­hensive engineering services for all disci­plines involved in railway projects.


Fields of Expertise:

  • Conven­tional railway lines for regional, freight or mixed traffic
  • High-speed/high-capacity railway lines for regional, freight or mixed traffic
  • Standard, narrow and broad gauge
  • Railway Technology

New Munich–Verona Railway Line

The new Munich–Verona High-Speed Railway Line is part of the TEN axis No. 1 Berlin–Verona/Milano–Bologna–Naples–Palermo and one of the main railway connections for the north-south…

New Vienna–St. Pölten Railway Line

In a tedious and difficult design process a new route through the Tullnerfeld Plain was developed for a double-track high-capacity railway line between Vienna and…

Four-track upgrade of the Linz–Marchtrenk and Marchtrenk–Wels sections of the Linz–Wels western railway line

As part of a long and complex design process, a new four-track high-capacity railway line between Linz and Wels was developed and prepared .

Vienna–Graz Railway Line

The new Semmering Base Tunnel project on the southern railway line is part of the Trans-European Railway Network (Baltic-Adriatic axis) and replaces the obsolete existing…

Stuttgart 21, Section 1.5, Lot 3, Bad Cannstatt Tunnel

The redesign of the Stuttgart railway junction in the valley basin, better known as the Stuttgart 21 railway project, is part of the approx. 175…
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