100 million euros for longer freight trains in the Netherlands
The Dutch Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management has made a total of approximately 100 million euros available for facilities to run freight trains with a length of 740 metres. Infrastructure manager ProRail says that 90 million euros will be used to extend waiting and buffer tracks at the railway yards of Roosendaal, Rotterdam Noord Goederen, Hengelo and Oldenzaal.
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