On Tuesday 21st December, European Commission unveiled their new EuroRail Network plan. The agenda includes trains which will be faster, tickets which will be cheaper and simpler, and fully supported international trips. By 2040, the journey time on the already planned Trans-European Transport Network (TEN-T) will be reduced on trips like Budapest-Bucharest, Hamburg-Copenhagen, Vigo-Porto and more alike. The commission’s action plan further revealed that in a bid to boost long-distance travelling, the TEN-T’s core routes will have a minimum speed limit of 160 km/hour for passenger trains, and a minimum speed of 100 km/hour for freight trains.
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