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Join ERFA

We help our members to represent their interests in Brussels’ politics.

Besides politics, ERFA’s objective is to support its members in case of problems affecting their individual business. The Association also intends to raise the members’ understanding of EU initiatives and ongoing activities by providing them direct access to EU ad hoc events, meetings but also regular working groups.

According to the Statutes, full members are companies directly and associations indirectly involved in rail freight operations (railway undertakings, shippers, infrastructure managers, ports, terminals, rolling stock providers) in EU, EFTA, and EU accession countries.

Associated members are associations, legal entities and persons having an indirect stake in rail freight operations but whose activities are of special importance for the accomplishment of the purposes of ERFA, such as companies from the rail passenger sector interested in fair competition.

For any further information please contact:

Julia Lamb
Secretary General
Tel. +32 2 513 60 87  julia.lamb@erfarail.eu

Latest News

06-10-17

ERFA press release on ERTMS

ERFA welcomes the European Court of Auditors’ ERTMS report, stating that ERTMS has not been properly planned, deployed and managed, and that the individual business case for the parties involved have not been considered.

The lack of a business case for today’s railway undertakings, who will face the costs, but very little of the benefits of ERTMS, should be addressed as a priority.

ERFA welcomes the key report recommendations for a thorough assessment of the costs, coordinated and legally binding dates for decommissioning national signalling systems and the improved targeting of EU funding for cross-border sections and locomotives involved in international traffic.

 

04-10-17

ALLRAIL Press Release on Rail Passenger Rights

Last week a new proposal for the regulation on EU rail passengers’ rights and obligations was released by the European Commission.

ALLRAIL stresses that better access to rail travel information should become a passenger right.

While ALLRAIL welcomes the new Regulation, our press release highlights how the travel information proposals will jeopardise further growth in above Rail competition.

 

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