Lightweight trains and no taboos in French secondary line rescue package

The French government has put forward proposals to ensure the survival of much of the remaining network of secondary lines (Photo: Christophe Masse)

FRANCE: Development of lightweight rolling stock is one of several proposals put forward by the government to try and ensure the survival of much of the remaining network of secondary lines, many of which carry very limited traffic.

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