Dutch rail industry criticises ‘incomprehensible’ state investments
The Dutch rail industry association RailGood and DB Cargo Netherlands claim that investments planned by the Dutch government leave rail freight out of the picture. Specifically, the two parties criticise the cabinet’s investment of 7,5 billion euros for improving accessibility in residential areas and say that such a large amount of funds could be used, at least partially, to improve rail freight conditions in the country.
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