Rail & Logistics Center Wustermark (RLCW) to receive funding for the expansion of the Wustermark marshalling yard

On 21 July 2020, Minister Beermann from the Ministry of Infrastructure and Regional Planning of the State of Brandenburg committed 2.8 million euros to the Rail & Logistics Center Wustermark to be used for the expansion of the Wustermark marshalling yard.

As an investment for the future, in the next three years RLCW will extend 6 of the sidings group tracks (60 - 65) to the European standard train length of 750m. The tracks will be integrated into an electronic interlocking to be built specifically for this purpose and will be covered by an overhead line.

The Wustermark marshalling yard will thus become even more attractive to international customers. The RLCW, in cooperation with the state of Brandenburg, the Havelland district and the municipality of Wustermark, is taking the leading role in making a contribution to improving the rail infrastructure in the state of Brandenburg and the greater Berlin area. This will create improved conditions for shifting even more traffic onto the rails and also implement elements of the Federal Government's master plan for rail freight transport.

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