hannover - Stopping all trains at longer distances across Germany has proved to be an exaggerated measure during the violent storm. This has brought forward the interest group for German train passengers, Pro Bahn, while the German railways are slowly getting under way again.
Pro-Bahn chairman Karl-Peter Naumann said that 'it is always wise to be cautious, but one can also be too cautious. 'According to Naumann, it is an exaggerated measure to suddenly no longer carry anything at all. 'Where the storm does not rage and there are no trees on the rails, stopping the trains is exaggerated.
If the railway is still free, it is better to try to drive the passenger to his destination, if necessary by slowing down. 'A spokesman for the Deutsche Bahn said in a comment that' safety is all things. '