Frankfurt–Mannheim high-speed railway
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|Frankfurt-Mannheim high-speed railway|
The Frankfurt–Mannheim high-speed railway (the official name is Rhine/Main-Rhine/Neckar high-speed line) is a proposed high-speed railway line from Frankfurt am Main to the Mannheim–Stuttgart high-speed railway near Mannheim. Supporting speeds up to 300 km/h, it will run parallel to the A 5, A 6, and A 67. The new high-speed line will relieve the old double-track Mannheim–Frankfurt railway, which is currently operating at full capacity.
- Official website (in German)
- Line map detailing location in relation to existing railway and highway (in German)
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