Renewed trains in France did not fit the platforms

The trains renewed in France did not fit on the platforms: A 'tragicomic' scandal broke out in France regarding the railways company SNCF.

The new high-speed train 2, ordered by SNCF, did not fit into the platform.
In France, some of the railway stations were built in 50 and another part was built 30 years ago. In the construction of new trains, it was revealed that the standards in all stations were not taken into consideration.

50 MILLION EURO WILL WASTE

Work has been started on the 1.300 station to make the new trains compatible with platform standards. It was stated that the work that will allow the trains which are too large for the platforms to enter the stations will last about 3 years and will cost at least 50 million euros.

'WE DO NOT PAY A SINGLE CENTER'

Minister of Transport 'tragicomic scandal' the event as qualifying, the authorities were surprised to upload the bill. Alain Rousset, President of the Association of Regions of France, was even more violent. Rousset ded We refuse to pay even one cent of this repair. We are not responsible for these mistakes, and we will not pay for it, Bu he said.

TRAINS RENEWED TO 15 BILLION EURO
The French Regional Railway Station (TER), which undertakes the rebuilding of trains to 15 billion euros, and Alstom announced in their joint statements that 'the fault has been noticed late' and 'take responsibility'.

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