The Betuweroute is a double dedicated freight rail track towards Germany and further into Europe. Work on the Dutch part of the track began in 1998. Delayed by two years, the railway was finished mid-2007, at a cost of 4.7 billion euro, more than two times the original budget. The Betuweroute is managed by Keyrail. The shareholders of Keyrail are Prorail (50% – Prorail is the rail infrastructure manager in the Netherlands), Rotterdam Port Authority (35%), and Amsterdam Port Authority (15%). The Port of Amsterdam was connected to the Betuweroute in March 2011 via a railway connection to the Betuweroute near Meteren/Geldermalsen. A key problem limiting the capacity of the Betuweroute is that the German part – the final stretch Emmerich-Oberhausen – is still not completed.