Long freight trains turning heads from next year in Venlo, the Netherlands
Running long freight trains to and from the Dutch terminal Venlo can be done with an obstacle less next year. Requests for changing directions at this yard can no longer be rejected. This was ruled by the Netherlands Authority for Consumers and Markets (ACM), after a complaint had been filed on the address of infrastructure manager ProRail.
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