Military transport near Venlo, NL.

51 million euro subsidy for Dutch military transport to terminal and siding tracks

Military transport near Venlo, NL. Shutterstock

The Netherlands is receiving a 51 million euro European subsidy to prepare the rail network for faster and easier military transport, as reported by ProRail. With the funding, logistics service provider Verbrugge Zeeland will extend the terminal tracks in the port of Vlissingen. ProRail will use a portion of the subsidy for siding tracks for 740-metre-long freight trains.

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Author: Jeroen Baldwin

Jeroen Baldwin is journalist for Dutch sister publication SpoorPro.nl

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