The Rail Baltica Academy will provide information about projects to the public through social media platforms such as RB Rail, with the majority of lectures being conducted in English, as reported by Railway Supply, citing Railway Gazette.

The Rail Baltica Academy will hold its third series of public online lectures starting from May 22nd, aiming to provide a broad audience, including railway industry professionals, policymakers, students, and future users, with information gathered during the standard gauge cross-border line project.

The lecture program will be organized by the trinational project promoter RB Rail in collaboration with Riga Technical University, Kaunas University of Applied Engineering Sciences, Vilnius University, and the University of Applied Sciences.

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