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02.20.2021
European Commission Presents New Mobility Strategy

The European Commission has presented its Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy together with an action plan of 82 initiatives that will guide the Commission’s work in the transport sector over the next four years

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02.10.2021
Digitizing Europe’s Railways: a Call to Action

The future of train traffic is digital. To accelerate the digitization of Europe’s railways — and thus secure the future of its railroad industry — stakeholders must change the way the industry operates

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02.02.2021
Can France Double Rail Freight Volumes in 10 Years?

This summer an alliance of French rail freight operators presented an ambitious plan to double rail freight volumes over the next 10 years

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01.26.2021
Kazakhstan: the New EU Green Gateway to East Asia

European Union is revising the TEN-T rail freight corridors under the new Sustainable and Smart Mobility Strategy, so the effective connection of the Eurasian rail routes with the EU Core Backbone Network is a key priority

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01.13.2021
Middle Corridor Struggles to Find Its Way Across Eurasia

Central Asia, the Caucasus, Turkey, and Eastern Europe have great industrial infrastructure potential for the development of a rail Middle Corridor. But without China’s geoeconomic policy push, there is therefore still little economic rationale behind the development of corridor

Source: The Diplomat
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12.08.2020
Eurasian Railway Breakthrough

The considerable increase in China-Europe railway shipping volumes has positively influenced the development of the entire Russian transport system over the past few years. Enhancing Russia’s transport and transit potential will increase the revenue of manufacturing/processing companies, the budget and the income of employees and have major geopolitical implications

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11.27.2020
China Planning High-Speed Rail Freight Network to Help E-Commerce Sector

The country already has an extensive high-speed passenger network and is now looking to develop new goods trains. Rail bosses believe demand from online retailers will help drive the development of the network

Source: South China Morning Post