Dutch government earmarks billions for investment in rail

Dutch Sprinter train at Zaandam station
A Dutch Sprinter train 2022, Steven Vance / Flickr.com

The Dutch government will channel close to 3.5 billion euros towards new rail and other public transport infrastructure projects in the current decade. The investment package is aimed at increasing mobility options, new lines and improving current public transport connections.

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Author: Nick Augusteijn

Former Chief Editor of RailTech.com

1 comment op “Dutch government earmarks billions for investment in rail”

bönström bönström|15.11.22|11:07

“Faster and improved”, sounds promising – and offensive! (Mostly, releases reveal, that “overhauling”, restoring, etc., is the, defensive, goal…)
Quality matters – and within infrastructure, in particular!
(For current traffic and speed, ” A New Old Railway”, since long, is needed!…)

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