News in Brief - July 2014


The Dutch cabinet has allocated an extra €1·1bn for rail projects. Platforms and a subway at Amsterdam Centraal are to be widened a cost of €431m, tracks lowered in Vucht to remove level crossings and a curve for freight trains built at Meteren.

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