December timetable change date questioned

Clock at Frankfurt Hauptbahnhof (Photo: DB/Christian Bedeschinski).

GERMANY: Staff representatives at Deutsche Bahn's passenger business have proposed to the DB AG board that the date of Europe's annual timetable change should revert to the end of October, arguing that the decision in 2002 to move the annual revision to the second weekend in December has not been ...

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