SJ will cancel its services between Gothenburg and Malmö on April 10 this spring. But already in 2013, the train company is planning for a return with 10-15 trains a day, reports Göteborgs-Posten.
When the current contract with Veolia, which is assigned by the regional traffic companies in southern and western Sweden to operate the Öresundstågen, finishes in December 2013, SJ will start up around 6 fast trains on the Västkustbananan (west coast route).
The plan is a number of fast trains that will go directly between Gothenburg and Malmö, plus around five to seven slower trains that will stop at five to seven different cities. In total 10 to 15 trains in both directions every day.
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