French combined transport plan sees 60% traffic increase in 4 years

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Industry body GNTC, SNCF-owned Rail Logistics Europe (RLE) and consultants Altermind have published a report on their development plan for French combined transport, which makes provision for traffic to increase by 60 per cent by 2027. 

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Author: Stuart Todd

1 comment op “French combined transport plan sees 60% traffic increase in 4 years”

bönström bönström|24.02.23|02:17

Regrettably track, basics, now is “Bottleneck” of Industry, because “state of the art”, construction work, carried out. at last century, was not optimal – already then…
A primitive, low price standard, now has turned high price, where “optimal maintenance”, is Mantra – and not optimal for Industry.
(Current TEN-T, at a not sustainable standard, even worse, now devastatingly is “cementing”, at a standard, that not is upgradable.)
All other modes, those resilient, upgrade, for higher load…

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