Why rail sidings can transform German rail freight
Photo: Pixabay. István Károly Bőcs
The discussion around Germany’s carbon neutrality and modal shift to rail intensifies. Currently, the public discourse involving transport associations and governmental plans focuses on how rail sidings could help companies use more rail and provide capacity for more freight trains. Some countries, like Spain, have been following the same approach. Will it also work for Germany?
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Even worse, infrastructure capacity now is hampered by System. (“Tara” of existing standard has turned devastatingly high…)
All other devices, decisively upgrade, primarily for lower costs!…
Simply, by added load capacity, several advantages are gained. Repairing, (“maintenance”) now devastatingly costly is reduced.
Resilency, robustness – and utilisation sustainably is added, etc.
It is 2022 now and low risk, safe “eta” is a must – at all supply chains!