ERFA’s Annual event, held on April 18th was dedicated to the actions needed to reduce track access charges for rail and improve the competitive offer.
The rules of the European Union oblige Member States to put in place incentives for reducing rail access charges. Access charges are a significant cost on the rail business, especially as for the most part rail’s competitor road doesn’t pay a similar fee for using the infrastructure.
The question is: what can be done to ensure that track access charges support rail's competitiveness and attractiveness for customers?
Linked documentsStahl D. presentation ERFA Annual event 18.04.18 ( 1- Stahl ERFA Meeting-1524565034.pdf )
Stahlhut M. presentation ERFA Annual Event 18.04.18 ( 2- Stahlhut ERFA_annual-event 2018-1524565062.pdf )
Quill J. Presentation ERFA Annual Event 18.04.18 ( 3- Quill ERFA Annual Event 2018-1524565124.pdf )
Prout S. Presentation ERFA Annual Event 18.04.18 ( 4- Prout TAC EU COM to ERFA-1524565154.pdf )
Press release on ERFA Annual Event ( 2018.04.27 Press release ERFA Annual event-1524834888.pdf )