The rail sector combines efficiency, profitability and sustainability - Part 2

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Published on 31/05/24 - Updated on 31/05/24

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The slow tourism trend has put trains in the spotlight in recent years. While the popularisation of tourism at the end of the 20th century rhymed with the boom in air travel, travellers now seem to be increasingly favouring the train as a means of getting around. A large-scale ecological awakening that is greatly benefiting a sector that is constantly investing to improve its offering in order to exceed passenger expectations. How are trains becoming increasingly part of the sustainable tourism movement? What will the trains of tomorrow look like? What plans are there to link even more destinations by rail?

A constantly expanding rail network Although France already has a large number of railway lines linking its major cities, it is often necessary to travel via Paris. To remedy this, the government launched a call for tenders at the end of 2023 to decentralise the French rail network by promoting...

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