International press release In response to continued cuts to the cross/border rail services in Europe – including night train routes such as Berlin–Brussels–Paris, Copenhagen – Prague and Barcelona – Milan – continent/wide actions over the weekend aimed to kick/start a turnaround in transport policy. At Berlin’s
From Switzerland the news that the Zürich – Strasbourg – Luxembourg – Brussels EuroCity train will be cancelled from December 2015 onwards. This train has been progressively reduced over the years – it once ran as far as Milano Centrale, and has suffered from poor
A European petition is initiated and is aimed to run all the way to the Paris Climate Summit COP21, which takes place early December 2015. Find the very same petition here in English, in German, in Danish, in Norwegian, in French, in Swedish, in Spanish, in Esperanto and
The Swiss environmental organization “Umverkehr” came on national radio today 22.4. It was here announced, that “Umverkehr” will team up with partners abroad in the fight for night trains. In June Umverkehr will join the demonstrations in Europe. Airplanes as the replacement to overnight trains Umverkehr
Painting a banner for the action in Copenhagen. LET’S PUT EUROPEAN TRAINS BACK ON TRACK! WHY ARE YOU TAKING ACTION FOR THE TRAINS? Easy, comfortable and safe. Trains are also the greenest way to travel in Europe. But several night trains have been cut back
Activists from different places in Europa were gathered in Berlin on Friday. 6 March 2015. That afternoon had the majority government in Bundestag voted down the opposition’s proposal. The idea was to make DB stop the cuts of night trains and car-trains until there is
The night train between Paris and Berlin/Hamburg/Munich is no longer. The last train departed the 12/12/2014 from Paris. A small demonstration took place just before the departure of the train outside Gare de l’Est in Paris.
On november 2nd, 2014, the final departure of the Copenhagen night train occurred, at least for now. A flash mob, protest and farewell were organised at the Copenhagen main station. Deutsche Bahn and DSB made the decision to cut the service from Copenhagen, previously connecting