Who we are
Who we are
- Only by allowing real competition on rail will the passenger rail sector become competitive, and attractive compared to other
- The Status Quo is not just unsatisfactory for many existing passengers but also for those who d
- Rail must be a vital backbone of European multimodal public transport services based on an efficient, eco-friendly and digital approach. We al
For the Future of Passenger Rail
Board of directors
The Board of Directors is elected by a General Assembly of member company representatives. The Board meets four times a year and has ultimate decision-making powers for the management and administration of the Association.
Dr. Erich Forster
As Europe’s leading private light and heavy rail operator, Christian Schreyer is convinced of the essential contribution of the rail sector to the EU’s environmental, economic and political objectives. Regional or suburban rail transport also carry 10 times more passengers annually than air transport.
By joining ALLRAIL, Christian Schreyer wishes to reaffirm its commitment to open and fair competition in Europe as a catalyst for better quality of service at a lower cost for the taxpayer and the organising authorities, and for greener mobility. ALLRAIL will also allow us to deepen our exchanges with European stakeholders in the field of railway transportation.
ALLRAIL must be the voice of fair and transparent competition within the European Union, as well as the voice of a strong rail sector as a backbone of the European Green Deal. Transdev is looking to bring the benefits of rail market opening to other European countries in the future: first and foremost, in France, with calls for tenders soon to be launched for regional train services.