The Railway was born for the transport of goods, in order to move heavy weights of materials extracted in the mines, and then to bring industrial products. The freight yards were adjacent to the passenger stations. During the fascist period began competition between train and truck and scholars discussed a lot about how to coordinate them. The goods had always provided the greatest revenues to the railways, which kept in balance their budget counting on the transport of materials more than that of people. The loss of shares in freight traffic, therefore, meant for the companies to register financial statements with low income that did not compensate for the costs; At the end of the XXth century, the competition between modes of transport in accordance with European standards grew, and policies to support mobility on iron failed, beyond the proclamations of scholars, politicians and opinion-makers. The competition between companies of the “mode” of rail transport and the arrival of new competitors for freight rail services, gave new hope at the beginning of the years 2000, but it was soon noted that the train could not recover transport quotas of transport, although after 2010 a trend reversal began to be recorded.
Maggi, S. (2018). Evoluzione del servizio merci per ferrovia. TRASPORTI & CULTURA, 52, 14-20.
|Titolo:||Evoluzione del servizio merci per ferrovia|
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