Port in southern Italy sets out to handle 750-metre freight trains
The Apulia Region, in southeastern Italy, recently approved the project to upgrade the rail connection to the port of Brindisi with a new track, which will allow traffic of 750-metre trains. The next step is now the publication of tenders, expected before the end of the summer so that construction can start in 2024 and the new track can be up and running by 2026.
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