Many media and public criticize the project
The EU built a road for 4 billion euros to save 15 minutes
The construction of a new high-speed railway has been completed in the south of Germany. It connected the cities of Ulm and Wendlingen am Neckar in the federal state of Baden-Württemberg.
The 60 km route runs through hilly terrain. It created a lot of gigantic overpasses and long tunnels. Trains can run on it at speeds up to 250 km/h.
The new line will increase the number and speed of flights between Ulm and Stuttgart (capital of the federal state), as well as between Munich (capital of Bavaria) and Stuttgart.< /p>
Many media and public criticize the project. There used to be a railroad in this area. The new project is essentially just an expansion of the existing highway. For the sake of saving 15 minutes on the road, 4 billion euros were spent.
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