The State confirms a plan of 7 billion euros over ten years for small railway lines

Two ministers had made the trip to Villeurbanne (Rhône), this Friday, July 9, to sign the amendment to the sector contract of the Strategic Committee of the Rail Sector (CSF): Agnès Pannier-Runacher, Minister Delegate in charge of Industry and Jean -Baptiste Djebbari, Minister Delegate in charge of Transport. This amendment, signed on the local Alstom site with its chairman Henri Poupart-Lafarge, aims to maintain France’s third place in the world in this sector.

The document underlines “the mobilization of the French railway sector in favor of a low-carbon industry, innovative and active in export, indicates a press release from the Ministry of Transport. It also illustrates its contribution to the achievement of Climate objectives, thanks to the development of carbon neutral mobility solutions, to innovations allowing the development of a rail offer that can adapt to less dense areas or even aimed at giving back to freight. railway the place it deserves. “

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