The new North Industrial Siding
The project will see an investment of around 70 million euros by 2025. Four round train journeys a day are expected, which equates to about 90 incoming and outgoing wagons per day of service.
Until the North Industrial Siding goes into operation, the main rail connection to the site will still be via the Southern Railway. This major connection to the Koralm Railway will be established at the end of 2025. With the Koralm Railway set for completion, followed by the Semmering Tunnel in 2030, Austria is making a major contribution to expansion of the Baltic-Adriatic Corridor. At the same time, this will significantly widen the operating radius of the Graz-South Terminal.
The new transshipment facilities of the North Industrial Siding will play a crucial role in handling the increased volume of freight anticipated and meeting the goals set by the 2030 Mobility Master Plan.
The road connection is via the motorway junctions at Wundschuh and Kalsdorf.