Interoperability call on Brazil's new freight corridors

Locomotive in Brazil.

BRAZIL: Common standards should be adopted to ensure interoperability across the 10 000 km of new freight railway corridors to be developed by the federal government over the next 15 years, according to national railway industry association Abifer.

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