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Parliamentary questions
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21 April 2016
P-003198-16
Question for written answer P-003198-16
to the Commission
Rule 130
Janusz Zemke (S&D)

 Subject:  Regeneration of railway lines Nos 356 and 281 in Poland
 Answer in writing 

The European Union is increasingly keen to emphasise the need to revitalise rail transport. And doing so is vitally important with a view to the development of many towns — it boosts their economic potential and their potential for tourism, as well as enhancing the environment.

With that in mind I should like to ask the Commission about the failure to bring back into use two sections of railway line that have been closed to passengers: No 356 (linking Kcynia and Szubin with Bydgoszcz, up to the border between the provinces of Kujawy-Pomerania and Wielkopolska) and No 281 (from Chojnice via Więcbork and Nakło nad Notecią to Kcynia).

Efficient regional public transport is after all one of the cornerstones of sustainable development.

Original language of question: PL 
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