The high-speed train line planned between England and Germany was canceled due to the 'changing economic environment'.
Deutsche Bahn, Germany's state railway operator, announced to England that the high-speed train line was canceled due to "changes in the economic environment".
In the DB statement, it was stated that the train line "was not on the calendar in the foreseeable future". The company has long claimed that it is "still interested" with the high-speed train line.
The company said it would not "comment on politics," avoiding saying whether Britain's exit from the European Union was effective in the decision.
The train line was foreseen to arrive in 3,5 hours from Cologne to London.
Source : haber.sol.org.t is