The European Commission's ‘Fit for 55’ regulatory package will be crucial in the transition to sustainable mobility in Europe.
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The June 2021 'tracker’ carried out by the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), shows that monthly revenue losses for passenger, freight and infrastructure services since January 2021 have remained consistent (compared to 2019 pre-crisis times).
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, speaks with Marina Potapidou, Infrastructure Policy Adviser at CER, about why investing in rail infrastructure will contribute to making the European Green Deal a reality.
The 'Rail to the COP' initiative will work to draw attention to the important role that rail can play in achieving global Climate Change Goals.
Following seven rounds of negotiations, CER and ETF have reached a provisional agreement for the promotion of the employment of women in the European rail sector.
With figures outlining that women account for only 21 per cent of the railway workforce, CER and ETF have resumed negotiations for a binding agreement aimed at promoting women's employment in the European rail sector.
As part of the European Year of Rail, the special 'Connecting Europe Express' train will cross the continent and demonstrate in real time the power of rail to connect people and businesses.
CER has released the April 2021 figures for passenger, freight and, for the first time, infrastructure services from its updated 'COVID Impact Tracker'.
CER's new campaign will promote rail as a smarter, more sustainable and more connected means of transport for Europe as part of the European Commission's European Year of Rail.
The Connecting Europe Express will stop in most European capitals from September 2021 in a celebratory display of rail’s strength as a driving force for sustainable mobility.
The Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER) has collected data from its members which reveals the alarming financial impact of COVID-19 on railways.
With the ‘European Year of Rail’ already underway, Alberto Mazzola, Executive Director of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER), writes that, during this busy year for the European rail community, focus must be on recovery and development to make Europe's rail ambitions become reality.
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Mazzola will follow Libor Lochman into the role, following an unanimous vote at the CER General Assembly on 21 September.