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The line is re-opened on both tracks for freight traffic on Wednesday 8 pm. Re-routings via Singen are still possible.  Due to the new infrastructure a speed limitation of 70 km/h will apply for two days after re-opening.

Our Corridor IMs are currently working 24/7 on maintaining a smooth transport on our Rail Freight Corridor. Currently there are no severe impacts on freight trains and traffic is running without major disruptions.

Today, we are happy to inform you that ProRail and DB Netz introduced new rules in the border agreement for RU Emmerich – Zevenaar Oost to ease procedures concerning defect trains. With validity of 1 february 2020 helptrains are now authorized to circulate from and towards the other side of the border, which....

We would like to inform all our customers that the PaP-Catalogue has recently been published. The document can be downloaded on our website and on CIP. The complete PaP-Offer can also be found in PCS Next Generation under the following link.


Updated document on re-routing scenarios on RFC Rhine-Alpine

RFC Rhine-Alpine is happy to announce that the updated document on re-routing scenarios is now available on our website and on the Customer Information Platform (CIP). The updated version contains new re-routing options for ICM lines and further information on infrastructure parameters.

Cooperation between RNE and the Rail Freight Corridors (RFCs) is once again proving fruitful. The Customer Information Platform (CIP) has been successfully rolled-out to the RFC Amber (RFC 11). The information concerning this new RFC is now available in the CIP productive environment powered ....

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