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Upper Austria


Salzburg Wiki: "Die WESTbahn ist eine Tochter der Rail Holding AG, die den privaten Intercity Eisenbahnverkehr in Zentraleuropa fördern will. Im Zuge der Eisenbahnliberalisierung wurden die Eisenbahnnetze auch privaten Anbietern zugänglich gemacht. Für die Gleisbenützung zahlt die WESTbahn Miete an die ÖBB Infrastruktur AG. In die Organisation und die neuen Züge investiert die Firma, die auch einen Schweizer Finanzinvestor an Bord hat, 130 Mill. Euro. Im August 2011 stieg auch die französische Staatsbahn SNCF mit 26 Prozent bei der WESTbahn ein."

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Updated: 09/06/2014


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