High-speed rail means traveling by trains at speeds above 250 km/h, which brings a number of advantages. For example, getting closer to other parts of the country and Europe in a significantly shorter time and in an environmentally friendly way. Meanwhile, high-speed trains routinely reach speeds of up to 320 km/h in Europe.
With the beginning of autumn 2019, measurement work on a major contract for the Railway Administration has begun. Its significance was also enhanced by the interest of the public media, with the surveyors' work featured on radio and television.