‘Train Port Barcelona’ signals the emergence of a new rail hub

Photo: Adif Adif

The Spanish infrastructure manager Adif and the Barcelona port authority will establish the shared company Train Port Barcelona to manage the port’s rail infrastructure and future investments. The establishers will own 50 per cent of the company, and its goal will be to enhance the port of Barcelona’s role as a rail node.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

Nikos Papatolios is editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “‘Train Port Barcelona’ signals the emergence of a new rail hub”

bönström bönström|02.07.22|00:08

At existing, as well, for a timely, high quality railway, added capacity and utilisation, etc., now is a must!
Investments, reinvestments, etc. shall be for a decisive upgrading of existing infrastructure!
Safely allowed 32,5 ton axial load is min and can be completed – and paid for – at main lines, within a 10 year period.
(Infrastructure, track, etc. shall no longer remain Bottleneck.) Quantity is good, but quality pays! (The weak link has to be attended!…)

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