ERFA's presentation at the first annual IRG-Rail Forum

ERFA's presentation at the first annual IRG-Rail Forum

The EU legislation establishing the rail freight corridors is too weak on performance objectives and the voluntary initiatives undertaken are not legally binding, limiting the progress of the corridors.

Market oriented KPIs and data would improve the efficiency of the Corridors, potentially attracting more customers and so becoming more attractive to investments. 

Last but not least we need much more coordination and cooperation among IMs. Contingency plans, coordination of works along the lines, alternative routes in case of disruption. We need to be prepared in emergency situations..and to learn lessons from RASTATT!

Rail customers are losing patience….



Linked documents

IRG-Rail Forum ERFA's presentation (IRG_Rail_-_RFCs_ERFA(1).pdf)