Colombian railway revival gets underway

The existing locomotives and rolling stock are beyond repair, so a new fleet will be needed.

COLOMBIA: As part of a strategy to remove damaging heavy freight traffic from the roads, the government has awarded contracts for rehabilitation of two sections of the 914 mm gauge rail network which have been out of use since the 1980s.

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