A year after signing the Women in Rail autonomous agreement with the ETF, CER members have remained committed to diversity and gender equality in the workforce.
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With the looming prospect of energy shortages in Europe, Alberto Mazzola, CER Executive Director, and Jacques Dirand, CER Head of Rail Freight Services, explore the importance of European rail freight corridor regulation and investment.
CER have sent an open letter to the European Commission which calls for further measures to safeguard rail from the impact of the ongoing energy price hikes.
During the third day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
CER presented, on behalf of European railway stakeholders, the “2022 DAC Sector Statement - Digital Automatic Coupling” at InnoTrans 2022.
During CER's 70th General Assembly, leading CEOs from across the European rail industry came together to discuss future priorities and announce the latest updates to CER's Management Board and Executive Directorship.
CER have called upon the European Commission and Member States to develop a strategy which ensures affordable energy supply for rail transportation.
In Global Railway Review Issue 04 2022, Dimitri van Zantvliet, Chief Information Security Officer and Joseph Mager, Deputy Chief Information Security Officer at NS (Dutch Railways), explored how the rail sector can maintain resilience in an evolving cyber threat landscape.
A joint declaration signed by 32 rail companies and organisations, including CER, pledging assistance to Ukraine’s railways has been sent to EU leaders.
In this article, the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies’ (CER) Alberto Mazzola, Executive Director, and Enno Wiebe, Technical Director, give a snapshot of ERTMS development in Europe, but also explain that a wider strategy is needed in order to achieve full and harmonised deployment.
A Memorandum of Understanding on ‘Smart and Affordable High-Speed Services in the European Union’ has been signed by CER, ALLRAIL, UNIFE and EU-RAIL.
Marina Potapidou, Infrastructure Policy Adviser at the Community for European Railways and Infrastructure Companies (CER), delves into the TEN-T policy and how it has evolved since its introduction almost 10 years ago to become a vital part of Europe’s zero emission aims.