Renfe: 122 million euros to improve rail freight in Spain

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Spanish national railway company Renfe will invest 122,7 million euros for the improvement of the rail freight transportation system. The funds will be used to acquire new, greener, rolling stock and to implement new technologies on the Spanish fleet.

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Author: Marco Raimondi

Marco Raimondi is an editor of, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

1 comment op “Renfe: 122 million euros to improve rail freight in Spain”

bönström bönström|06.01.23|14:50

Regrettably, now Problem is the railway infrastructure!
(According Lutz, DB, 80 % of disturbings and now escalating costs, is related infrastructure.)
Current railway standards is not optimal. (Predictive, “Optimal maintenance” is suboptimal, etc.)
At combi traffic (one of current mantras) the Weak Link, the railways urgently needs a shift!
Electrification, yes, but a redundant.
Upgraded tracks, yes, but resilient, thus meeting with current – and future, demand.
(Now TEN-T is “cementing”.)

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