Rhine Valley rail traffic partially resumes on 2 May
Following one and a half month of disruption, rail freight traffic through the Middle Rhine Valley will start getting back to normal, beginning on 2 May. The infrastructure manager DB Netze announced that after weeks of works to remove the fallen rocks, stabilise the slopes and make sure that operations can take place safely, freight trains will be able to use one of the two tracks again, with a frequency of up to a train per hour.
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