As part of its infrastructure management function, the company operates, maintains, renews and develops public rail infrastructure in Slovenia. That's 1207 km of track – 333km double-track and 874km single-track lines – and 126 stations.
Over the recent years we have been extensively renewing and upgrading Slovenia's rail infrastructure. As much as €410m was invested in rail in 2019, and the number rose to almost €510m in 2021. The investment came from the state budget and European funds intended for rail infrastructure investment and maintenance. The Infrastructure Directorate, a body under the Ministry of Infrastructure of the Republic of Slovenia, manages rail investment on behalf of the state, which owns the infrastructure.
Through infrastructure improvements and regular and large-scale maintenance, SŽ – Infrastruktura, d. o.o. delivers a safe and reliable railway while slashing journey times.
26.7 per mil
Longest horizontal line
Ruše-Fala section on Maribor-Prevalje line
Ptuj-Velika Nedelja line section on Pragersko-Središče line
Station at the highest point above sea level
Station at the lowest point above sea level
Novo mesto bridge on Revoz industrial line
Most na Soči Bridge over Idrijca River
2 June 1846
Oldest rail line
Šentilj–Celje line, which is a part of the Austrian Southern Railway that connected Vienna with Trieste via Ljubljana