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EU railway package on track to boost rail travel in Europe
The European Parliament approved Thursday the first 'technical' part of a comprehensive railway package which aims to make rail travel in Europe more ...
EU Parliament wants rail passenger rights beefed up
The European Parliament today voted to upgrade rail passenger rights.
Fourth Railway Package
The European Commission has announced a comprehensive package of measures to deliver better quality and more choice in railway services in Europe. Rail is seen ...
Recast of the first railway package - guide
New EU rules to allow more competition on the rail market look set to come into force by the end of this year, following a final vote of approval in the ...
The EU Agency for Railways is mandated to issue single safety certificates and vehicle (type) authorisations valid in multiple European countries and to ensure ...
Euro-MPs back new rules to boost rail travel
Public contracts to supply domestic passenger rail services in EU Member States will normally have to be put out to tender under new rules backed by the ...
Harmonised procedures boost rail sector across EU
As of 31 October, Europe's rail sector will benefit from new harmonised procedures expected to significantly simplify procedures and reduce costs for railway ...
EU Parliament votes to upgrade rail passenger rights
Updated rules to EU rail passengers' rights should include higher compensation rates for delays and better assistance to people with reduced mobility, the EU ...
EU provisionally agrees improved rights for rail passengers
Guaranteed rerouting and better help for passengers when there are delays and cancellations form part of updated legislation on stronger rights for train ...
Railway safety in the EU - briefing
The EU's Railway Safety Directive 2004/49/EC (RSD) is the main piece of Community legislation ensuring that railway safety is maintained at its high level and ...
Eurotunnel plan to reduce charges
Eurotunnel on 28 April 2014 committed to reduce the level of track access charges imposed on rail freight operators using the Tunnel by up to 50%. The European ...
EU states agree informal deal to improve rail passenger rights
EU ambassadors endorsed a reform of rail passenger rights Wednesday with a view to strengthening the rights of all rail passengers, in particular those with ...
Facilitating the exchange of rail data - guide
The European Commission has adopted a regulation on standards in the field of telematics applications for rail passenger services. These standards, known to ...
Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking
The European Commission today adopted "Shift2Rail", a new public-private partnership to invest just under €1 billion in research and innovation to get more ...
Modernisation of European rail passenger rights
The European Commission announced on 28 September 2017 that it is updating the European rules on rail passenger rights to better protect train travellers in ...
15,000 Discover EU travel passes up for grabs
From today until 26 June, young people have the opportunity to apply for a DiscoverEU ticket which gives them the opportunity to discover the European ...
MEPs want free rail passes for young Europeans
Young Europeans could be offered a free InterRail pass on their 18th birthday, helping to promote better understanding and knowledge about Europe, following a ...
DiscoverEU travel passes
As of 12 June (12:00 CEST) until 26 June, (12:00 CEST) young people can apply for a ticket giving them the opportunity to discover their continent from July ...
EU set to open up Europe's passenger railway market
The EU reached provisional agreement on opening up the EU market for domestic passenger rail transport, with the aim of boosting the quality of services and ...
Rail passenger rights in the EU - guide
The European Commission has launched a Europe-wide publicity campaign in 23 languages to inform passengers about their rights when travelling by rail or air.
Rail growth demands efficiency and service quality
The growth of rail transport in Europe continues apace, but more action is needed in terms of efficiency and service quality in several EU Member States. This ...
EU puts in place rail safety measures for Channel Tunnel
The EU Council adopted legislation Wednesday to ensure safe and efficient operation of the Channel Tunnel rail link between continental Europe and the United ...
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Time to speed up climate action
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The Week Ahead no. 486
Sustainable development goals - strengthening geographical indications - e-Health security - collective interest of consumers - consumers' 'right to repair' - strengthening media freedom

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