EU member states implement track access charges measures
Several European countries have already reduced or waived track access charges (TACs) for rail freight undertakings. For instance, Germany and the Netherlands have cut them in half, while Austria and Luxemburg have waived them completely. Moreover, France which had waived TACs for 2020, will continue implementing the measures for the first six months of 2021 and is also relinquishing cancellation fees. Switzerland is moving on the same wavelength with regards to cancellation fees while the Swiss government announced its commitment to support the country’s rail sector further, with compensations for losses.
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