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Stuttgart 21 railway project: costs continue to rise

The Stuttgart 21 railway project has been under construction for 12 years. Since then, the cost has risen several times, and continues to rise.

Stuttgart – Hardly any other topic has accompanied the citizens of Stuttgart for as long as the Stuttgart 21 railway project. First presented in 1995, construction began in 2010. Even after 12 years, there is currently no end in sight, Deutsche Bahn wants the project however, to be finally completed in 2025. With costs rising even further, some suspect that completion will be delayed again. The rail expert from the Greens in the Bundestag was also upset.
BW24* reports that the cost of Stuttgart 21 has more than doubled.

The Stuttgart 21 railway project was already heavily criticized in the planning phase. A demonstration against the project is also currently taking place every Monday in Stuttgart. *BW24 is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA.

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