Too few night trains run in Europe right now. Our demand: that the EU organise the procurement of a new fleet of night trains. This will allow cross-border overnight services to be swiftly scaled up.
The European Union is currently organising its “Conference on the Future of Europe” and one of aspects of that is a kind of system to collect ideas about what the EU should do in the future. Within the climate change […]Read More
2021 is the EU Year of Rail, and so the European Commission DG MOVE and Community of European Railways are running the “Connecting Europe Express” in September and October to try to show what rail can do for Europe and […]Read More
Trains for Europe has been running in public for a couple of months now, and wow, what progress we have managed to make already! Above all we have been speaking to all sorts of people about our plans – people […]Read More
Without the central procurement of night trains, the desired goals of the EU commission are not attainable. This centralized procurement enables old players and new entrants to quickly acquire new night train units to match the growing demand. At the […]Read More
France24 English’s “Talking Europe” show discussed night trains in Europe this week, with Catherine Nicholson moderating a discussion with MEPs Jakop Dalunde (Greens-EFA, Sweden) and Marian-Jean Marinescu (EPP, Romania). Given that Jakop is one of the MEPs who already supports […]Read More