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Corona-restrictions: long-distance trains of the German Railways than in the first Lockdown

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Long-distance trains of the German Railways than in the first Lockdown

A high-speed train on the Rhine valley by rail at hill’s home in Baden-Württemberg. Photo: Philipp von Ditfurth/dpa

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The long-distance trains of the Deutsche Bahn during the current part-Lockwdowns significantly fuller than during the first Phase of strict-Corona-restrictions in the spring. “The trains are full as at the first Lockdown.

The long-distance trains of the Deutsche Bahn during the current part-Lockwdowns significantly fuller than during the first Phase of strict-Corona-restrictions in the spring. “The trains are full as at the first Lockdown.

Our customers are sure to be able to travel, so we keep our range,” said a railway spokesperson for the German press Agency. Had previously reported the “Bild am Sonntag” that the demand for train journeys is currently about three times as high as in the spring, when for the first Time, strict measures to contain the Corona of a pandemic were considered, such as the widespread closure of Hotels and Restaurants, as well as contact restrictions.

From the beginning of January until the end of October 2020 42 per cent fewer people are according to the report, in long-distance traffic than in the same period of the previous year. This year, 72 million passengers are in long-distance trains traveled, 53 million less than in the first ten months of 2019. The utilization of the trains deck is currently between 20 and 25 percent.

Among other things, by shorter trains and fewer international Connections, the number of available seats in long-haul traffic had been reduced to 85 percent. To allow for sufficient spacing, and to continue long-distance journeys will adhere to the Federal enterprise, but, in principle, to the timetable and route network.

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