Infrabel may close lines if government doesn’t commit money
Infrabel, Belgium’s infrastructure manager, might decide to close some of its rail lines if the Belgian government does not accept the company’s demands for the future of rail freight. The government has launched a plan to boost rail freight in the country but has failed to mention any specific financial investments, which is what the company is asking for. An Infrabel’s spokesperson told RailFreight.com that the possible closure of lines is a “theoretical indication and a theoretical approach when Infrabel has presented the possible consequences of the different options regarding the proposition of the financial plans”.
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