European rails missing link missing in action

first_imgFyra: suspended due to ongoing problems. Image: Radio Netherlands Worldwide Dubbed the ‘missing link’ in Europe’s high-speed rail network, the Fyra train has been plagued with technical glitches since its launch in December, Associated Press reported.   With trips between the Dutch and Belgian capitals repeatedly delayed, Belgian officials finally halted the service late last week while a decision on its future was finalised.      Worryingly, the Dutch transport minister said it could take months for Fyra to get back on track.Capable of travelling 250kms (155mph), the Fyra train was supposed to slash an hour off the travel time between the two cities. Tourists looking to travel aboard the new Fyra train connecting Amsterdam and Brussels will be disappointed to learn that Europe’s latest high-speed rail service has been suspended.center_img Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.Hlast_img