German associations seek more competition in second rail reform

DB Netz has approved the national roll-out Strukton data loggers to monitor more than 12 500 point machines (Photo: DB).

GERMANY: An alliance of industry associations has called for a major reform of railway policy that would introduce full vertical separation of infrastructure and operations and foster more on-rail competition.

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