The Scandinavian – Mediterranean Corridor extends from the Finnish-Russian border and Finnish ports of HaminaKotka, Helsinki and Turku-Naantali, crosses the Baltic Sea to Stockholm and – with a branch from Oslo – passes through Southern Sweden, Denmark, Germany – including the ports of Bremen, Hamburg and Rostock – and Western Austria to the Italian ports of La Spezia, Livorno, Ancona, Bari, Taranto, Neapel, Gioia Tauro, Augusta and Palermo, as well as crossing the sea to Malta. In Germany, the rail corridor includes several branches along the Flensburg/Puttgarden – Hamburg – Bremen/Uelzen – Hannover – Göttingen – Würzburg – Nuremberg/Donauwörth – Munich – Kiefersfelden and Rostock – Berlin – Bitterfeld – Halle – Erfurt – Nuremberg and via Bitterfeld – Leipzig – Hof – Regensburg – Landshut – Munich routes.
The corridor comprises railways, roads, airports, ports and sea crossings.
Major DB projects (selection)
FI, SE, NO, DK, DE, AT, IT, MT