The North Sea – Baltic Corridor stretches from Antwerp – Rotterdam – Amsterdam – Bremen and Hamburg via Poland to the border with Belarus and through the Baltic States to Helsinki.
In Germany, the TEN rail corridor includes several branches along the Aachen/Bad Bentheim/Wilhelmshaven/Bremerhaven – Hannover – Magdeburg/Stendal – Berlin – Frankfurt (Oder) and Hamburg – Berlin routes. The route to Poland via Knappenrode-Horka lies on the rail freight corridor of the same name. The TEN corridor comprises railways, roads, airports, ports and inland waterways, such as the 'Mittelland-Kanal', as well as the sea crossing to Finland.
Major DB projects (selection)
ABS Knappenrode – Horka – German/Polish border
(Rail Transport Corridor: North Sea – Baltic Sea (– Baltic states)
NL, BE, DE, PL, LT, LV, EE, FI