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Inhabitants and drivers are urged to keep alert near railway tracks and crossings. The first grain carriages will arrive in Naantali in week 31.

Asukkaita kehotetaan valppauteen raideliikenteen läheisyydessä ja risteysalueilla. Inhabitants and drivers are urged to keep alert near railway tracks and crossings. The first grain carriages will arrive in Naantali in week 31.

Inhabitants and drivers are urged to keep alert near railway tracks and crossings. The first grain carriages will arrive in Naantali in week 31.

Trains will soon be operating again on the railway connection leading to the Port of Naantali. According to Suomen Viljava Oy, goods transports are expected to start in week 31. Grain carriages will be passing along the rail connection between the Raisio railyard and Naantali e.g. next to the Moominworld parking area and onward along the Port of Naantali tracks to the port area all the way to Suomen Viljava Oy’s silos. As per current information, such train traffic will run several times per week though August. According to Suomen Viljava Oy, the traffic will at first take place mostly on weekdays.

Caution shall be exercised near railway tracks

Special caution is required of drivers, cyclists and pedestrians at the unguarded level crossing on Järveläntie road in the Port of Naantali. The visibility of this level crossing has been improved through traffic arrangements. The inhabitants of the City of Naantali have adopted a habit of passing through the port of Naantali on their walks, so the Port of Naantali kindly reminds that moving about in the railway area is dangerous, and punishable according to the law, in places other than those intended and designated for crossing the railway. Those moving about in Raisio in the vicinity of the railway tracks going to Naantali are also requested to take into account the increased rail traffic.

Naantali, 21 July 2020

Yrjö Vainiala

Port Director

More information: Port Director, Yrjö Vainiala yrjo.vainiala@portofnaantali.fi or tel. + 358 50 4649 915