Polish infrastructure charges to increase, rail sector calls for action
From next year, prices for freight railway undertakings using Polish infrastructure will increase by 2,3 per cent. The raise means that freight carriers will have to pay 13,09 PLN per tonne-km, instead of 12,80 PLN that they were paying so far. This was proposed by the Polish infrastructure manager PKP PLK, in the 2021/2022 pricing list for track access charges (TACs). To everyone’s surprise, despite this period of crisis and EU’s calls for waiving or reducing TACs, Poland decided to do the opposite.
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