US-Canada Task Force highlights need for greater rail cooperation in EU

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The announcement at the COP28 summit in Dubai last week that the US and Canada have set up a Rail Decarbonization Task Force to develop a common vision for reducing emissions has prompted calls for greater cooperation in the sector in Europe.

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Author: Stuart Todd

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bönström bönström|11.12.23|14:27

“Reducing” emissions, at the by far most energy effective mode on shore is good. However, for soundly and sustainably benefitting advantages of railways, for proving the device, that equals, with the “On Time”, the high quality, provided by on road trucks, a shift is needed. (As all other high quality modes, now railway mode simply has to prove robust.)
Surplus capacity, visavi basics, load and power supply (safety factors…) are needed, etc., etc.. (Now infrastructure is Bottleneck.)

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US-Canada Task Force highlights need for greater rail cooperation in EU

Image: Shutterstock. Lukas Gojda

The announcement at the COP28 summit in Dubai last week that the US and Canada have set up a Rail Decarbonization Task Force to develop a common vision for reducing emissions has prompted calls for greater cooperation in the sector in Europe.

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Author: Stuart Todd

1 comment op “US-Canada Task Force highlights need for greater rail cooperation in EU”

bönström bönström|11.12.23|14:27

“Reducing” emissions, at the by far most energy effective mode on shore is good. However, for soundly and sustainably benefitting advantages of railways, for proving the device, that equals, with the “On Time”, the high quality, provided by on road trucks, a shift is needed. (As all other high quality modes, now railway mode simply has to prove robust.)
Surplus capacity, visavi basics, load and power supply (safety factors…) are needed, etc., etc.. (Now infrastructure is Bottleneck.)

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