TEN-T corridors merger still leaves questions for rail freight
The Rhine-Alpine and the North Sea-Mediterranean Corridors of the TEN-T network will be merged into one entity called the North Sea-Rhine-Mediterranean Corridor. The merger is expected to be approved by the end of the year, creating a single network stretching from Genoa and Marseille in the south to the Dutch ports and Ireland in the north. However, the benefits of this initiative for the rail freight sector might be somewhat scarce.
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