John Voppen in Amersfoort

ProRail: ‘More than 400 rail projects in 2024’

John Voppen, CEO of ProRail, in Amersfoort, NL. Jeroen Baldwin

ProRail will carry out more than 400 rail projects this year. Over 9,000 rail workers will be involved in these projects. The work primarily involves maintenance, repairs, and renovations. The planned activities are separate from ad hoc repairs, such as to broken rails or sudden problems with the overhead lines. When planning the work, ProRail has taken into account the timetable, holidays, events, and roadworks by Rijkswaterstaat.

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Author: Emma Dailey

Emma Dailey is an editor at RailTech.com and RailTech.be.

1 comment op “ProRail: ‘More than 400 rail projects in 2024’”

bönström bönström|06.03.24|00:26

80 years, hm… “Toyota Case” is of same age – and now rapid shift is the new sustainable…
Accordingly, as well safety factors (redundant/surplus capacity) as, basics, a resilient railway infrastructure, something worth maintaining…, shall be the now provided!
(Not sustainably, standard, at TEN-T etc., simply is not sustaining, the now allowed, the very modest STAX22,5. A pity it is, but currently railway is obstructing Goal – of EU membership!)

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