130 million state aid for Italy targets track access charges

European Commission headquarters.

The EU Commission has approved another state aid scheme for Italy. This time 130 million euros are reserved to support freight and passenger rail operators by partially compensating for track access charges expenses.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

Nikos Papatolios is editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “130 million state aid for Italy targets track access charges”

bönström bönström|20.06.22|15:24

EU and nations, however, seriously have te evaluate, if quantity of EUROS is sufficient – or even worse is cementing.
Other devices, those robust, the global, by air and by sea add load capacity, so does the on road trucks, contemporarily as adding quality, the timely requested.
Any technicalities, plaguing railways and it’s customers, with disturbings, decisively has to be outed! Electrification, yes, but a timely. 32,5 ton safely allowed axial load, now should be min., etc., etc. Quality pays!

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