ECMT Round Tables What Role for the Railways in Eastern Europe?
OECD Publishing, Mar 12, 2002 - 148 pages
Facing the collapse of their business and stiff competition from road transport, Eastern European railways are in a critical financial situation. Railway restructuring is a must, but where circumstances in each country are so different there can be no “one size fits all” solution. Nevertheless, some guidelines for restructuring are emerging. The strategies to be implemented will involve both governments and the railway companies themselves.
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Situation of railways before the lifting of the Iron Curtain
Development of the railways since 1990
Current position of the Central and Eastern European railways
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