Are railways really that bad? An evaluation of rail systems performance in Europe with a focus on passenger rail
With a large number of railway development projects in Europe and worldwide, which once completed will be serving rail passengers of the future, this paper aims to take a step back and evaluate current railway systems performance. The objectives are to compare statistical data on various passenger-related parameters of the railway system in a number of selected European countries and draw conclusions on the level of their performance when compared to the European average.
Volume (Year): 94 (2016)
Issue (Month): C ()
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