Korridor Donau Mur Drau Sava
Current corridor length & type

472.6 km |
double- & |
single-track |
partly electrified |

Majority of the lines in the corridor are electrified, some double- & some single-track. With some exceptions on the current corridor lines that are single track & electrified, and also single-track & non-electrified in three countries of the corridor of Austria, Slovenia & Croatia, respectively.

Current corridor lines
Vienna–Graz–Werndorf [229.6 km]
48.6%
Werndorf–Lebring-Sankt Margarethen [8.9 km]
1.9%
Lebring-Sankt Margarethen–Leibnitz [8.3 km]
1.8%
Leibnitz–Spielfeld-Straß–SB Slovenia [13.3 km]
2.8%
SB Austria–Maribor [16.4 km]
3.5%
Maribor–Pragersko [18.8 km]
4%
Pragersko–Ptuj–Ormož [40.3 km]
8.5%
Ormož–Središče–SB Croatia [11.6 km]
2.5%
Varaždin–Čakovec–SB Slovenia [20 km]
4.2%
Varaždin–Lepoglava [34.1 km]
7.2%
Lepoglava–Krapina [19.3 km]
4.1%
Krapina–Zabok [16.5 km]
3.5%
Zabok–Zaprešić [20 km]
4.2%
Zaprešić–Zagreb [15.5 km]
3.2%
Upgrade proposal

Double-track |
Electrification |
Speeds up to 160km/h |
Multi-level crossings |

Upgrade proposal for the corridor Danube–Mura–Drava–Sava is for all the lines in the corridor to be upgraded in double-track.

Vienna–Spielfeld-Straß–SB Slovenia [260.1 km]
55%
SB Austria–Maribor–Pragersko–Središče–SB Croatia [87.1 km]
18.4%
Zagreb–Zaprešić–Krapina–Čakovec–SB Slovenia [125.4 km]
26.6%
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Legend interactive railway map Slovenia & its neighbour regions
Current corridor lines

Corridor specification
by lines & municipalities

Corridor Danube–Mura–Drava–Sava proposal ranges from Vienna and Graz in Austria, with the border crossing in Spielfeld-Straß to Maribor, Pragersko, Ptuj, Ormož and border crossing Središče in Slovenia, to Čakovec, Varaždin, Krapina, Zaprešić and finally to Zagreb in Croatia.

Crossing three countries this Core Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) proposal is connected with two core TEN-T Corridors:

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Core TEN_T railway corridors include the most important connections, linking the most important nodes, and are to be completed by 2030.

European Union (EU) provides funding for railway infrastructure and railway terminals also through EU Cohesion Policy. The co-financing rate of EU grants is up to 85 percent. Funding is channelled through the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) and the Cohesion Fund (CF)

Routes & daily frequency

Corridor current & upgraded routes & daily frequencies in Slovenia & border regions

Despite the fact that the Pragersko-Hodoš railway line is new and that it is a double-track line from Maribor to Pragersko, we have only twelve connections a day on the route between Maribor and Hodoš! Even less during the weekends.

There are two daily connections between Pragersko and Ormož. Maribor and Murska Sobota have three direct daily connections in one direction and two in the other. An international train to Budapest runs once a day (and in the summer there is a night train from Budapest to Koper and back). Pragersko and Murska Sobota have one connection per day in both directions. From Pragersko to Središče there is one train a day and two back to Maribor. There are two daily connections from Maribor to Ormož in this direction. Two trains are from Pragersko to Hodoš, one as a transfer connection and the other from Koper.

Ormož has six connections to Središče a day, only two of which are cross-border to Čakovec. Current routes in this corridor are really deep below the potential of the railway lines for the passenger railway transport in this corridor, especially for inter-regional cross-border and international routes.

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Railway line:

Vienna–Graz–
Spielfeld-Straß–SB Slovenia [260.1 km]

Interactive map of the route of the Danube–Mura–Drava–Sava corridor from Vienna to the border with the Republic of Slovenia. In the Republic of Austria, this is the famous Southern Line, which connected Vienna to Trieste in the middle of the 19th century.

Table: Stations/stops & crossings by municipalities
Line cities/ municipalities/ states

Line Vienna–Graz–
Spielfeld-Straß–SB Slovenia [260.1 km]
is crossing 39 municipalities and 3 states in Austria

The Southern railway line starts in Vienna and connected with Trieste already in the middle of the nineteenth century.

ALL FEDERAL STATES OF THE CORRIDOR IN THE REPUBLIC OF AUSTRIA
Railway line:

SB Austria–Maribor–
Pragersko–Središče–SB Croatia [87.1 km]

Interactive map of the Danube–Mura–Drava–Sava corridor routes in the Republic of Slovenia, all the way from the border with the Republic of Austria through the existing routes to the border with the Republic of Croatia.

Table: Stations/stops & crossings by municipalities
Line municipalities

Line SB Austria–Maribor–
Pragersko–Središče–SB Croatia
is crossing 12 municipalities over the Drava river region in Slovenia

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Municipality of Ormož

Municipality of Ormož has four railway stations/ stops on its railway line to the border with Croatia.

Municipality Središče ob Dravi coat of arms
Municipality of Središče ob Dravi

Municipality of Središče ob Dravi has one railway station on its railway line on the border with Croatia.

ALL MUNICIPALITIES OF THE CORRIDOR IN THE REPUBLIC OF SLOVENIA
Railway line:

Zagreb–Zaprešić–Zabok–Krapina–
Varaždin–Čakovec–SB Slovenia [87.1 km]

Railway line from Zagreb over Krapina to Varaždin and Čakovec is partly already upgraded and electrified, as is f. e. part from Zaprešić to Zabok and ther rest of line will also be set up anew, upgraded and electrified.

Line municipalities

Line Zagreb–Zaprešić–Zabok–Krapina–Lepoglava–
Varaždin–Čakovec–SB Slovenia is stretching from the
City of Zagreb to the border with Slovenia over four counties

This railway line stretches over the City of Zagreb, Zagreb County, Krapina-Zagorje County, Varaždin County, and Međimurje County.

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City of Zagreb

The City of Zagreb is the start/end station of the proposed Danube–Mura–Drava–Sava corridor in Croatia.

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Zagreb County

Zagreb County on the Danube-Mura-Drava-Sava corridor to Krapina, Varaždin, Čakovec and the border with Slovenia.

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Krapina-Zagorje County

The Krapina-Zagorje County has a core TEN_T line and will become a new line to Varaždin.

ALL COUNTIES OF THE CORRIDOR IN THE REPUBLIC OF CROATIA

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