EU audit condemns ‘ineffective patchwork’ of high speed lines

The auditors are particularly critical of the average speeds achieved on parts of the Spanish high speed network.

EUROPE: A lack of cross-border co-ordination between member states has reduced the effectiveness of European Union investment in high speed rail, according to a report published by the European Court of Auditors on June 26.

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