The RFC Network together with RailNetEurope (RNE) will host 3 exclusive online sessions to celebrate the European Year of Rail 2021. During each session presentations related to the overall session topics will be held and there will be the possibility to get active in the time planned for Q&As. The dates and draft agendas incl. the speakers can be found below. All three events will be held online via Microsoft Teams. You can register to participate via...
Since 1 May, 5:00am, the north-south track of the affected section between Loreley and Kamp-Bornhofen has been available for train journeys again. According to current forecasts, the route should be open to both tracks again from the morning of 9 May. Most of the diversion ...
Until 12th April applicants were able to place path requests for PaPs on RFC Rhine-Alpine in the Path Coordination System PCS. During the pre-allocation phase we checked all requests, identified conflicts and made decisions about the allocation. All applicants received an information about the results. For applicants...
The updated Capacity Bottleneck Analysis 2020 is published on CIP. Get full acces to the report here.
The document is divided into several parts to give you a detailed overview about the different bottlenecks along the Corridor, their future development and the view of both the Infrastructure Managers and the Railway Undertakings on the situation.
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