SNCF


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SNCF

abbreviation for
(Railways) Société Nationale des Chemins de Fer: the French national railway system
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Contact point(s): SNCF Rseau direction de projet EOLE NExTEO
The SNCF is a government-owned railway that is one of the 250 largest corporations in the world.
SUD-Rail has asked SNCF to condemn the incident as "unacceptable.
The first SNCF train deporting Jews left France for Auschwitz on March 27, 1942.
The SNCF called the vandalism "a co-ordinated sabotage campaign.
A spokeswoman for SNCF said: 'The situation has not changed since Friday and services are still suspended.
Moreover, in 1981-1982, the newly elected Socialist government's plan for a 1989 universal exhibition persuaded the SNCF to rationalise its rail network in the capital and to negotiate the sale of the Bastille line to the city.
634), legislation created to give Holocaust survivors a forum for claims against the French Railway, SNCF.
The agreement - effective 1 February 2003 - will enable travellers to transfer easily at Paris' Charles de Gaulle Airport between Continental transatlantic flights and SNCF TGV high-speed rail services to and from 13 cities throughout France.
DOT officials are gathering information from leading global experts, such as SNCF, as the states embark on the initial procurement stages of high speed rail development in the U.
Following the transaction, SNCF, the core industrial shareholder of Keolis, and CDPQ, a long-term investor in the company, confirmed their lasting commitment to ensuring the continuity and growth of Keolis for the benefit of public authorities.
Guillaume Pepy, the Chairman of SNCF and Chairman of Eurostar, noted that in California, Florida and Texas, SNCF's review and analysis of the available data regarding these three states leads it to the preliminary conclusion that HST 220, High-Speed Train passenger services operated at up to 220 mph, in these corridors will produce significant public benefits - benefits that will offset by almost twice the public investment in the design and construction of the systems.