Commission wants to make state aid for rail easier, what does this mean?

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The EU Commission has proposed a new regulation allowing the Member States to provide state aid to specific transport modes more easily. Rail, inland waterway and multimodal transport will benefit directly with the objective to promote green transport.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

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

1 comment op “Commission wants to make state aid for rail easier, what does this mean?”

bönström bönström|07.07.22|15:14

However, “cementing”, as currently is devastating, for railways, for all!
Low price, not sustainable, infrastructure, now has turned high cost and shall be outed!
Electrification, yes, but a timely, etc.!
For reduced track charges, costs has to be reduced.
Goal of any investment, reinvestment, etc., shall be added capacity! (Utilisation of existing railway assets is too low.)
If decided and ordered, at main lines, within 10 yeas, 32,5 ton safely allowed axial load, will be -and paid for, etc.!

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Commission wants to make state aid for rail easier, what does this mean?

European Commission headquarters.

The EU Commission has proposed a new regulation allowing the Member States to provide state aid to specific transport modes more easily. Rail, inland waterway and multimodal transport will benefit directly with the objective to promote green transport.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

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

1 comment op “Commission wants to make state aid for rail easier, what does this mean?”

bönström bönström|07.07.22|15:14

However, “cementing”, as currently is devastating, for railways, for all!
Low price, not sustainable, infrastructure, now has turned high cost and shall be outed!
Electrification, yes, but a timely, etc.!
For reduced track charges, costs has to be reduced.
Goal of any investment, reinvestment, etc., shall be added capacity! (Utilisation of existing railway assets is too low.)
If decided and ordered, at main lines, within 10 yeas, 32,5 ton safely allowed axial load, will be -and paid for, etc.!

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