Another closure on the Elbe Valley causes headaches for companies

Image: Shutterstock. Michael Nosek

Apart from the planned closure of the Elbe Valley route between Czechia and Germany in late October, there will be another disruption on the corridor starting on 25 August and lasting for three days. DB Netz will completely shut down operations on the route to “ensure that the Electronic Signal Box at Bad Schandau Ost can be put into operation.” Just like in October, the German Infrastructure Manager will provide alternatives, which, however, are assessed as problematic.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

Nikos Papatolios is the Chief Editor of RailFreight.com, the online magazine for rail freight professionals.

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Another closure on the Elbe Valley causes headaches for companies | RailFreight.com

Another closure on the Elbe Valley causes headaches for companies

Image: Shutterstock. Michael Nosek

Apart from the planned closure of the Elbe Valley route between Czechia and Germany in late October, there will be another disruption on the corridor starting on 25 August and lasting for three days. DB Netz will completely shut down operations on the route to “ensure that the Electronic Signal Box at Bad Schandau Ost can be put into operation.” Just like in October, the German Infrastructure Manager will provide alternatives, which, however, are assessed as problematic.

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Author: Nikos Papatolios

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