Belgian government’s rail investment leaves infra manager unimpressed

NMBS train Belgium
2018, ProMedia

The Belgian government has earmarked 250 million euros for investment in rail in the current budget. Rail freight in particular stands to benefit, with 181 million euros to be channeled in that direction.

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Author: Nick Augusteijn

Former Chief Editor of RailTech.com

1 comment op “Belgian government’s rail investment leaves infra manager unimpressed”

bönström bönström|12.10.22|14:43

Quality first, then quantity!
Currently, however, quality is missing, all over.
Primarily, Commission has to prove being aware of Goal of EU and capable presenting Strategy – for Goal…
Industry of railways…, shall prove the partner now needed, for goal of EU, etc.
(Funding shall not be, for “cementing”, at standards optimal, when steam was outed.)
By some reason “train has been missed”. Electrification, yes but a timely!, etc., etc.
(All other devices upgrade, for lower costs!…)

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