Polish cuts bite deep

ON March 10 Polish State Railways withdrew 1059 daily passenger trains, around one-third of the total operated, after what Regional Operations Director Grzegorz Uklejewski called a ’most difficult decision’. Falling subsidies and mounting debts made cost savings ’essential’, he insisted. Timetable planning for this year had assumed a subsidy of ...

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