Norway sets out plans for railway reform

Proposals for reform of Norway's railway sector have been announced (Photo: Jernbaneverket/Njaal Svingheim).

NORWAY: Proposals for reform of the railway sector have been announced by Minister of Transport & Communications Ketil Solvik-Olsen and representatives from the government parties Høyre and Fremskrittspartiet and their parliamentary support parties Venstre and Kristelig Folkeparti. A white paper was published on May 12 and is to be presented ...

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