Railroad wants to nearly five billion more from the Federal government, in order to improve punctuality

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The Minister of transport Scheuer ordered at the beginning of November train-in-chief Lutz to the Rapport. A reason for this: the lack of Punctuality of the trains. Now the DB wants to implement seem to 4.9 billion from the Federal to the specifications.

“One more time cuddling instead of on the platform waiting. The DB route agent makes it possible”: With this – obviously funny-intentioned Slogan advertises the Deutsche Bahn is currently on billboards in Hamburg, Germany, for a so-called range of agent App.

With Push-messages to disturbances and Alternative commuters to be “always informed”. Also, nationwide, the delays are a Problem – is now to be traded.

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The DB is intended to improve information of the “Bild am Sonntag” for four years – from 2019 to 2022 – a further 4.9 billion euros from the Federal to the punctuality of their trains. This is one of the core messages of the chief Executive’s report “Our Agenda for a better car” for the members of the Supervisory Board. 22. 23. November, therefore, a special meeting of the Supervisory Board.

More infrastructure, more punctuality

At the beginning of November train-in-chief Richard Lutz, according to the report, the Rapport with the Minister of transport, Andreas Scheuer (CSU). The Minister sets the railway managers, in the case of punctuality and reliability of the ICE-fleet now an Ultimatum.

Scheuer told the newspaper: “The meeting of the Supervisory Board is exam is a very intense Strategy, and I want that the adopted measures will lead, to the spring of 2019 to significant improvements for rail customers.”

Scheuer calls for a modern infrastructure, more punctuality and fewer cancellations due to technical Defects. New billion he associated with the conditions: “For an even higher level of funding for the measures and strategy must be carefully arranged.”


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