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The Hässleholm–Lund Project

Trafikverket, the Swedish Transport Administration, plan to build a new approximately 70 km long double-track railway for high speed trains and fast regional trains between Hässleholm and Lund.

Hässleholm-Lund is one of the links in a new high speed railway network between Stockholm and Gothenburg/Malmö. Running through the heart of Sweden’s southernmost province of Skåne, it’s the key to connecting the south of Sweden to Stockholm. Hässleholm-Lund is a 70 km long double-track high speed railway with a top speed of 320 km per hour. When the new main line is completed, you’ll be able to travel between Stockholm and Malmö in a significantly shorter amount of time than today’s 4 hours and 25 minutes. With the new network comes an increase in accessibility meaning both people and businesses will be brought closer together.