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France’s new rail fail would be unbelievable if it wasn’t true.
France’s national rail operator SNCF has ordered trains for an Italy-bound route which reportedly turned out to be a few millimeters too high for Italian tunnels, leaving passengers to Italy having to change trains at the border.
Regio 2N trains were ordered by SNCF from Bombardier, the Canadian multinational aerospace and transportation company.
They are supposed to operate on the TER (Transport Express Regional) line that serves the French Riviera coastline between Les Arcs – Draguignan station in Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in southeastern France and the city of Ventimiglia in northern Italy, which borders on France. Read more »