The lessons Infrabel learned from the flood: ‘We had never expected the rail embankments to become so unstable’

Flooded railway track Belgium

“The flooding of last year was the worst disaster we ever experienced on the Belgian railways”, said Bart Kamoen, civil engineer at Infrabel. How did Infrabel deal with the aftermath, and what is needed to make the railways more resilient?   

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Author: Esther Geerts

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