EU strikes deal on TEN-T revision, here’s what it entails

Image: Shutterstock. Valentin Valkov

The Council of the European Union and the European Parliament have reached a provisional agreement on revising the TEN-T network. The deal was reached yesterday evening,18 December, after the two parties met to negotiate the topic for the fifth and conclusive time. The agreement defines the steps in which the TEN-T expansion will take place and brings forward some interesting elements for rail freight.

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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 “EU strikes deal on TEN-T revision, here’s what it entails”

bönström bönström|19.12.23|21:00

TEN-T…, regrettably is “cementing” European railways, at standards no longer optimal!
Safety factors have to be provided for!
(Rapid shifts, now is the new sustainable and accordingly clients, ware owners, have shifted strategy to “On Demand”, etc.)
For proving “equal”, with clents…, all other modes now upgrade, for added load and lower costs, now decisively root of escalating demand of “maintenance” has to be outed…
(All disturbing, at the most vulnerable mode have to be outed!)

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EU strikes deal on TEN-T revision, here’s what it entails

Image: Shutterstock. Valentin Valkov

The Council of the European Union and the European Parliament have reached a provisional agreement on revising the TEN-T network. The deal was reached yesterday evening,18 December, after the two parties met to negotiate the topic for the fifth and conclusive time. The agreement defines the steps in which the TEN-T expansion will take place and brings forward some interesting elements for rail freight.

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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 “EU strikes deal on TEN-T revision, here’s what it entails”

bönström bönström|19.12.23|21:00

TEN-T…, regrettably is “cementing” European railways, at standards no longer optimal!
Safety factors have to be provided for!
(Rapid shifts, now is the new sustainable and accordingly clients, ware owners, have shifted strategy to “On Demand”, etc.)
For proving “equal”, with clents…, all other modes now upgrade, for added load and lower costs, now decisively root of escalating demand of “maintenance” has to be outed…
(All disturbing, at the most vulnerable mode have to be outed!)

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