Eastern "TGV"

 
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This new line has an important role to play at European level, improving links with Germany, Luxembourg and Switzerland. It constitutes the French part of what is planned to become a major railway corridor - the East European High Speeed Line - between Paris and Budapest which will serve almost 10% of Europe’s population.

From 2007, the Eastern TGV, the first rail link to operate at 320 km/h, will bring the cities in the East of France the major benefits a high speed rail service provides for the well-being and prosperity of the population and the economy.

We would like the articles in this section to serve as a tribute to the men and women who are participating at whatever level in the success of this major project.

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General presentation
Published on 20 February 2008
 
The actors
Published on 20 February 2008
 
Financing the project
Published on 20 February 2008
 
 
 
 
The Ourcq Viaduct
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)
 
Passage under the A4 at Janvry
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)
 
Some engineering structures
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)
 
From Champagne to the Barrois
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)
 
The Jaulny viaduct
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)
 
From the Meuse to the Moselle
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)
 
The link to Strasbourg
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)
 
from the Gare de l’Est to Vaires
Published on 20 February 2008 (updated on 21 February 2008)