Blog: Trains, not planes and automobiles

With the coronavirus pandemic resurging across Europe, and the threat of fresh lockdowns looming, what will it take to keep plans for the European Year of Rail in 2021 on track?

by Richard Weyndling
Santa Apolinia train station in Lisbon: The unprofitable night train service to Madrid was suspended indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Jorge Mantilla/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Santa Apolinia train station in Lisbon: The unprofitable night train service to Madrid was suspended indefinitely due to the Covid-19 pandemic. Photo: Jorge Mantilla/NurPhoto via Getty Images

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