length & type of the line
129.8 km |
The line Jesenice–Nova Gorica–Sežana or The Bohinj Line, as is its traditional name, is entirely single-track and non-electrified.
Proposal for upgrading the line
Speeds up to 120km/h |
Multi-level crossings |
The upgrade proposal has not yet been coordinated at the local and regional level.
infrastructure in the municipality
Jesenice–Sežana [129.8 km]
Municipality of Jesenice has three railway stations/stops—Jesenice, Kočna and Vintgar—on its railway line Jesenice–Sežana. Upgrade proposal for this line—as part of the corridor Julian Alps–Istria—is a single-track line, electrified, with speeds up to 120 km/h and multi-level crossings.
Corridors across the municipality
Railway station Jesenice
is the junction of two corridors
The Jesenice railway station is an important junction not only of two corridors but also the first point of contact of the railway network in Slovenia behind the Karavanke tunnel, which has been renovated and upgraded, but is now single-track. The Jesenice-Trbiž railway line, which was dismantled in the former country in the mid-1960s, should also be mentioned.
Der Vorschlag für den Korridor Julische Alpen–Istrien umfasst zwei berühmte Strecken, die Bohinj-Bahnstrecke Jesenice–Sežana und die Strecke Divača–Pula.