Ticketing
Brussels,

ALLRAIL Green Deal Priorities: Open Rail Data and Through Ticketing

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 Open Data & Through ticketing conditions needed to achieve the ambitious Green Deal objectives. 

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Brussels,

ALLRAIL Position Paper EU Rail Passenger Rights

ALLRAIL’s objective is to ensure that choosing the train as a transport mode will involve an easy, convenient ticketing & travel experience. We therefore stress that the passenger rights legislation should be updated to better reflect the changing nature and dynamics of the rail sector, particularly in the area of ticketing. The accessibility and availability of rail tickets today is outdated, undermining the quality of the passenger rail experience and frustrating the growth of demand for rail services.

 

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Brussels,

SWEDEN: Result of government investigation confirms a serious problem in the rail ticket sales market. Urgent change is needed – all across Europe

Back In 2018, two new rail operators in Sweden (MTRX & Saga Rail) separately reported rail incumbent SJ to the Swedish Competition Authority (SCA) for not allowing them to be either searched for or booked on SJ’s market dominant online rail ticket sales channel. In June 2019, after a thorough investigation, the SCA acknowleged the anti-competitive effects of the situation.

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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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Brussels,

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

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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