The organisation of the construction of Koidula Border Point is the second largest challenge to complete. Koidula border crossing terminal situated on 92 hectares in the South-Eastern corner of Estonia on the Estonian-Russian border and, prospectively, one of the biggest Estonian infrastructure hubs. The hub will be comprised of 25.4 km of railroad tracks, 38 switches, 10 station tracks, a gantry crane, scales for trains, a border guard and customs station, and several other installations and facilities.

The most notable pieces of equipment in the new station will be the X-ray machine for the inspection of trains, and a laboratory, enabling veterinary checks to be carried out on site. Currently, trains are checked and cleared by the customs in Tartu.

RKAS owns three border points – Koidula, Luhamaa and Narva.