EC directives seek genuine open access

PROPOSALS for three directives intended to prevent the national railways from blocking access to their tracks by competitors were launched by European Transport Commissioner Neil Kinnock on July 22. He said they would ’make a major contribution to ensuring that rail can compete effectively with other forms of transport’.

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