Open access is crucial to international freight revival

INTRO: From March 2003 the 50000 km Trans-European Rail Freight Network should be fully open to international freight train operators, whether state or privately owned, and by 2006 the EC hopes to see competition on all routes. Jean-Arnold Vinois told Richard Hope why open access is now seen as absolutely ...

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