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16 July 2019 The on-line newspaper devoted to the world of transports 06:05 GMT+2

March 22, 2019

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Understanding for the connection of the port and the industrial zone of Brindisi to national the railway net

It is signed by RFI, AdSP of Mare Adriatico Meridionale and ASI Brindisi

Italian Railway net (RFI), Authorities of Harbour System of Mare Adriatico Meridionale and Consorzio ASI Brindisi have undersigned a relative understanding to the connection of the port and the industrial zone of Brindisi with national the railway net, understanding that a validity has six-year-old and that it defines the mutual responsibilities in terms of exercise norms, visits of surveillance and maintenance and creates the conditions in order to increase the traffics on iron and the afferent intermodal services to the industrial area and the port of Brindisi.

RFI has evidenced that the agreement gives the go-ahead to integration iron-rubber-sea in the main marine railway terminal of the adriatic coast of the center-south, with ten kilometers of railroads connected to the national net railway that connect the pier of Costa Morena and the industrial zone. The railroads are equipped of the infrastructural safety catches for handling of the convoys goods, in the respect of the norms for safety of the railway exercise.

The society that manages national the railway infrastructure has emphasized that draft of an important dowel that wide one of industrial the railway area of Brindisi joins in a picture of infrastructural potenziamento more that previews the activation, in 2024, of the connection directed between the national to south of Brindisi and a new station with long railroads 750 meters and which electrified railway infrastructure. This "moustache" that it will be completed in 2024 - it has specified RFI - will allow to reduce the times of terminalizzazione of the transports, to carry out longer trains and to avoid the technical pause of the freight trains in the station of Brindisi, creating new opportunities in the service goods and an increment of the volumes of traffic and competitiveness of the transport goods on iron in the South Italy.

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