Baseline Model to Increase Railway Infrastructure Capacity on a Single-Track Section: a Case Study

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Providing the railway infrastructure is a prerequisite for achieving the quality of public passenger transport, not only from a national perspective but also within a regional level. Based on transportation capacity knowledge, railway tracks capacity and headway can be determined. Subsequently, it is possible to examine the railway sections capacity and select a measure in order to increase this capacity.

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