Austria-Germany’s Deutsche Bahn Train Services Resume After Overnight Halt
The halted train service overnight between Austria and Germany have resumed after Berlin has reintroduced border controls in context to the huge tide of refugees entering the country from war-torn countries including Syria and Iraq.
Deutsche Bahn spokesman said most of the train services resumed at 7 a.m. local time after a gap of 12 hours when those were put on halt. Meanwhile, initial delays were also reported on the Salzburg-Munich route and people started blocking the tracks.
The government has ordered for checkup of travel documents of the refugges coming from Austria as migrant arrivals have soared in past one week after the German borders were opened for them.
The focus now for the country is to put a check on the current inflows of refugees.