A public siding or public road-rail freight interchange terminal is a location where cargo can be exchanged between truck and train. Most public siding are owned by the infrastructure manager ProRail, others by local government or a port authority. The remaining public sidings differ in length. The length determines the length of the train which can be handled at one go. (Source: Rail Cargo, "Rail infrastructure glossary")
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This page was last changed in Railpedia on Feb 10, 2009 by pieter gardenier.