More investments before Spanish port gains rail access to Mediterranean Corridor
The Spanish port of Castellon, between Valencia and Barcelona, sees more money pouring in to complete its connection to the Mediterranean Corridor. A joint investment of 132 million euros by the Spanish infrastructure manager Adif and the port aims to provide seamless rail access to major freight routes while also building needed infrastructure and terminals within and around the port’s facilities.
Do you want to read the full article?
Thank you for visiting RailFreight.com. Become a member of RailFreight Premium and get full access to all our premium content.