Railway line Jesenice–Bled–Sežana
length & type of the line

129.8 km |
Single-track |
Non-electrified |

The line Jesenice–Nova Gorica–Sežana or The Bohinj Line, as is its traditional name, is entirely single-track and non-electrified.

Jesenice–Nova Gorica–Sežana [129.8 km]
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Proposal for upgrading the line

Single-track |
Electrification |
Speeds up to 120km/h |
Multi-level crossings |

The upgrade proposal has not yet been coordinated at the local and regional level.

Jesenice–Nova Gorica–Sežana [129.8 km]
100%
Legend
Legend interactive railway map Slovenia & its neighbour regions
Railway
infrastructure in the municipality

Line
Jesenice–Sežana [129.8 km]

Municipality of Tolmin has five railway stations—Podbrdo, Hudajužna, Grahovo, Podmelec and Most na Soči—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 stations
Podbrdo, Hudajužna,
Grahovo, Podmelec and Most na Soči

The railway stations Podbrdo, Hudajužna, Grahovo, Podmelec and Most na Soča are part of the most attractive railway line in Slovenia. The municipality is part of the extended Julian Alps-Istria corridor and near the Sava core corridor and the extended Gorizia-Central Slovenian leg.

Corridor Sava proposal connecting Salzburg Ljubljana Zagreb
Sava

Core TEN_T Railway Sava Corridor proposal: Salzburg–Jesenice–Ljubljana–Dobova–Zagreb.

Julian Alps–Istria

Corridor Julian Alps–Istria proposal includes two famous lines, Bohinj railway line Jesenice–Sežana and line Divača–Pula.

Gorizia–Central Slovenia Leg
Gorizia–Central Slovenia

Extended Core TEN-T Corridor proposal –Gorizia–Central Slovenia–.

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