Regional railway GYSEV carries 7.8% more passengers in 2011

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Austro-Hungarian regional railway GYSEV carried 3.4m passengers in 2011, up 7.8% yr/yr, GYSEV Spokesman Laszlo Razo told MTI on Wednesday.

Mr Razo noted that the railway’s 2011 passenger data does not include December traffic along a 214 kilometers of railway taken over from Hungarian state-owned railway MAV in October 2011.

The Hungarian state owns 65.6% of GYSEV, while the Austrian state owns 28.2% and construction company Strabag SE owns 6.1%.

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