Current corridor length & type

129.2 km |
single-track|
mostly in upgrade |

Railway line from Zagreb to Zaprešić over Krapina to Varaždin and Čakovec is partly already upgraded and electrified. Modernisation and electrification of the part of this line between Zaprešić and Zabok is already well under way and is about to start runinng in 2021. Plans are for the complete new railway construction to connect Krapina and Varaždin via Lepoglava and to modernize and electrify the part from Varaždin to Čakovec too.

Current type & length
Zagreb–Zaprešić [15.5 km]
12%
Zaprešić–Zabok [23.8 km]
18.5%
Zabok–Krapina [16.5 km]
12.7%
Krapina–Lepoglava [19.3 km]
26.4%
Lepoglava–Varaždin [34.1 km]
26.4%
Varaždin–Čakovec–SB Slovenia [20 km]
15.5%
Upgrade proposal

Single-track |
Multi-level crossings |
Speeds up to 120/160/250km/h |

Upgrade proposal for this line to be completely electrified, with all multi-level crossings, with speeds up to 120/160 km/h is already well under way.

Zagreb–Zaprešić–Zabok–Krapina–Lepoglava–Varaždin–Čakovec–SB Slovenia
100%
Legend:
Legend interactive map railways of Slovenia and neighbour regions
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.

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