‘A train path is a commitment, and when not used it should be returned’
When a train path is missed or cancelled, it is lost. This is the reality railway undertakings and infrastructure managers face regularly, and that is a shame when considering that the available capacity on the European network is scarce. This is why rail lobbyists in Brussel are advocating financial incentives towards a more efficient usage of the available infrastructure.
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