European governments are holding back on railway passenger rights

Militares realizan un control de pasaporte covid en un tren en Dinamarca. Ingeborg Eliassen

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Sigrid Melchior
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Laure Brillaud
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Manuel Rico
19 November 2021
Why is there no price-aggregating website for international trains in Europe? And why is it almost impossible to buy a single ticket for a cross-border train trip? For a consumer, it is still much easier to buy a plane ticket than a train ticket. And European governments, influenced by their former train monopolies, are making sure that it stays that way.
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