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DB Netz AG

The DB Netz AG is part of the business unit DB infrastructure networks

DB Netz AG is the railway infrastructure manager of Deutsche Bahn AG. For more information, you can use the DB Netz AG internet site www.dbnetze.com/track .

DB Netz AG is the railway infrastructure manager of Deutsche Bahn AG. With around 35,000 employees, it is responsible for the approximately 34,000 kilometre long rail network, including all operationally necessary installations. In 2009, an average of around 2.74m train-path kilometres per day were run over the infrastructure of DB Netz AG; that equates to an average of 32,000 trains per day. Thus DB Netz AG was able to generate revenues in the 2009 business year of EUR 4,1m. This makes DB Netz AG the no. 1 European railway infrastructure provider.

The main task is to make available to the around 350 RUs a high–quality, high-availability and non-discriminatory infrastructure and to manage the operation of said infrastructure. This includes the compilation of timetables in close cooperation with our customers and the repair and maintenance of the rail network. In addition, investment in the existing network, in modern command and control technology and in plans for building new lines and upgrading old ones ensures the further development of the rail infrastructure.

The product portfolio of DB Netz AG consists of train paths for passenger and freight transport and of service installations which are necessary for the preparation, post-processing and operation of train movements. The offer is complemented by customer-oriented supplementary and ancillary services.

For more information about the products and services of DB Netz AG, please use our website: www.dbnetze.com/track !

On the website of DB Netz AG can also be found information about the Wuppertal Signal Reconditioning Works and the Witten Switch works and Schwandorf Sleeper Plant. In addition, there is presented the DB Fahrwegdienste GmbH, a affiliated companies of DB Netz AG.

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