In Belgium, the political world seems to have sized the stakes of recreating an international rail transport from Belgium, with the reintegration of night train services. 6 members of the Belgian House of Representatives have submitted a proposal for a resolution going in that direction.
In order to have an informative hearing about this resolution, the commission for Mobility has invited 4 organisations working in the rail sector : Back on Track, All Rail, Transport and Environment and ÖBB. This audition will occur the 17th of december 2019. This proposal for a resolution asks to the government 3 points :
a) to defend within the European Union a policy of financial support for the development and accessibility of international rail transport,
b) to take any initiative with neighbouring Member States to reduce the cost of train paths at night and to support initiatives in favour of international passenger transport at night.
c) to support within the European Union the generalisation of the DiscoverEu initiative
Back on track Belgium will be heard to give its opinion on this resolution and complete the possibilites for the government to take action in order to help recreating an international night rail network for the benefit of Belgian and European citizens.
>> Read the resolution from the six politicians (French and Dutch)