This is one of the last steps before work starts on the ground, which Infraestruturas de Portugal estimates should be "completed by the end of 2023" .
The intervention on the 56-kilometre stretch will cost around 23 million euros and has an execution period of 23 months. Eventually the aim is for the whole of the Algarve track to be electrified.
Tender launched for electrification of Rail Track between Faro and Vila Real de Santo António
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