Bids invited for German passenger rail concessions

April 22, 2016

Written by  Quintus Vosman, International Railway Journal

TENDERS have been published in Official Journal of the European Union for concessions to operate regional passenger train services in the German state of Thüringia and the Rhine-Rhur area.Website Insert Cars and Financing copy


Thüringia’s Ministry of Infrastructure and its regional public transport authority (NVS) have invited bids by June 30 for a seven-year concession to operate regional passenger train services on the Sömmerda – Buttstädt line starting on December 10 2017. A two-hourly-interval service is required, with higher frequencies during peak hours. The volume is about 143,000 train-km per annum.

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