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Rail transport


Due to its safety and respect for the environment, the European rail network has many advantages. Designed for national purposes, rail networks must adapt to the reality of the single market. Trains and their passengers must be able to cross borders freely within an integrated area. In order to do this, the European Union is improving the interoperability of networks by stimulating investment in infrastructures. The Union is also implementing policy to harmonise passengers’ rights and working conditions, within the context of the internal market.

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