Czech Military Railways – History and a Comparative Analysis of the Czech Railway Network’s Efficiency

31 Mar 2017 Modern Economic and Social History series 2013-2022

Martin Kvizda

In: Ralf ROTH and Henri JACOLIN (eds.) Eastern European Railways in Transition - Nineteenth to Twenty-first Centuries. 1. ed. Farnham (London): Ashgate, 2013. p. 99-116, 18 p. Modern Economic and Social History. ISBN 978-1-4094-2782-7

The study analyzes and compares the density of traffic on the Czech railway network. The result of the historical analysis is the finding of several segments of the network, which were built in completely different geopolitical conditions, mainly for strategic military reasons. Comparing current transport performance in these segments clearly shows their low efficiency and competitiveness.

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