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ICM case declared on the Brenner line

An international disruption has been declared on the Brenner-Bolzano line and the International Contingency Management measures have been activated.

 

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Implementation of the legal requirements of the German Railway Noise Mitigation Act

Effective 13 December 2020, the German Railway Noise Mitigation Act (SchlärmschG) will be implemented. Under this legislation, it will no longer be permitted to run or let other parties run noisy freight trains on the German rail network.

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Publication of ERTMS Deployment Plan 2020 Update

The Corridor Rhine-Alpine is happy to publish the updated ERTMS Deployment Plan after the formal approval by the Executive Board.

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Eight day closure in December on Italian Network

In December, the Italian Infrastructure Manager RFI has to fully close the Luino pass for eight days.
Due to some critical issues encountered in the post-working checks to complete the PC80 equipment in the Luino-Laveno section, in order not to postpone the activation of the PC80 in the course of 2021, it will be necessary...

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Podcast about the importance of the Corridor

Our Managing Director Dr. Christiane Warnecke and Ulla Kempf, speaker of the Corridor’s Railway Undertakings Advisory Group participated in a podcast about the importance of the Rail Freight Corridor Rhine-Alpine.

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Reserve Capacity published

RFC Rhine-Alpine’s Reserve Capacity is now published.
Reserve Capacity (RC) is our product for your new recurrent business needs within the running timetable and consists of remaining capacity in the running timetable dedicated to international ad-hoc freight trains on RFC Rhine-Alpine.

For the rest of 2020 and the whole timetable...

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