Rolling stock
Brussels & Lisbon,

PORTUGAL: What a disappointing start to the EU Year of Rail 2021

Since 2011, the gradual opening of the EU Single Rail Market has benefited users, taxpayers & the environment. Evidence shows this has led to an increased number of rail travellers – sometimes by more than 100% in just five years. This has boosted regional economies while reducing the carbon footprint.

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Brussels & Lisbon,

PORTUGAL: Que começo decepcionante do Ano Europeu do Transporte Ferroviário 2021 !

Desde 2011, a abertura gradual do mercado único ferroviário da UE tem beneficiado os utilizadores, os contribuintes e o ambiente. As provas mostram que isto levou a um aumento do número de passageiros ferroviários - por vezes em mais de 100% em apenas cinco anos. Isto impulsionou as economias regionais ao mesmo tempo que reduziu a pegada de carbono.

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Brussels & Berlin,

GERMANY missing big opportunity to open long distance rail market – passengers, taxpayers & environment will suffer

Earlier this month, it was announced that the German state-owned rail operator Deutsche Bahn ("DB") - which already has 99% share of the long distance market - will 'acquire' 30 new ICE high speed trains for 1 billion euros.

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Brussels,

ALLRAIL Green Deal Priorities: Fair Access to Rolling Stock

In February 2020 ALLRAIL presented list of Green Deal priorities on: Open Data & Through ticketing, Fair access to track infrastructure, Fair access to rolling stock, Attractive & efficient cross-border night train network. In this paper, we shortly summarise Fair access to rolling stock conditions needed to achieve the ambitious Green Deal objectives. 

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Brussels,

ALLRAIL Top Priorities for the next 5 years (2019 – 2024): summary

In this paper, we will name our seven key policies for the next five years and identify concrete solutions that would make the sector more efficient and attractive, with the overarching aim of achieving modal shift to rail. Otherwise we do not believe that Europe’s ambitious decarbonisation goals will be met on time – it will be too late.

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