UIRR Newsletter Q4.2018 20/02/19

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  • Punctuality performance of German network hinders Combined Transport
  • UK drivers want more goods on rail
  • Intermodal overtakes classic freight
  • Intermodal progress with ageing fleet
  • EU Commission’s RMMS Report finds no progress in rail freight
  • Fehmarn Belt tunnel approved, while Lyon-Turing reconstruction doubted
  • Dutch rail freight rebounds
  • 10 additional freight trains in Genoa
  • Sector Statement: continued efforts boost EU rail freight competitiveness
  • Oil sector wants fossil fuel subsidies
  • Dutch government appeals court ruling obliging CO2 reduction
  • Transport sector CO2 reduction pledges fall short
  • EU MS vote against intermodal
  • Denmark amends CT rules
  • 5-year intermodal record in USA
  • New terminals: Italy, Netherlands
  • ILU-Code milestone: 1000 users
  • Intermodal against climate change
  • Personnel News
  • Members' News
  • Key Dates & Events
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