During the third day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
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Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking (EU-Rail)
Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking (EU-Rail) is the European partnership on rail research and innovation, established under the Horizon Europe programme (2020-2027) and the universal successor of the Shift2Rail Joint Undertaking. EU-Rail‘s aim is to deliver, via an integrated system approach, a high capacity, flexible, multi-modal and reliable integrated European railway network by eliminating barriers to interoperability and providing solutions for full integration, for European citizens and cargo.
CER presented, on behalf of European railway stakeholders, the “2022 DAC Sector Statement - Digital Automatic Coupling” at InnoTrans 2022.
During the first day of InnoTrans 2022, the Global Railway Review team have been in Berlin to break the latest news.
At InnoTrans 2022, Europe’s Rail has announced its Call for Proposals 2022-2 which is worth over €35 million.
At InnoTrans 2022, EU-Rail will showcase more than 20 live and permanent demonstrations on results that are expected to shape the future of rail.
Ahead of InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review asked Philippe Citroën, Director General of UNIFE, what he is expecting from this year's event.
Six projects, worth €568.4 million, will be funded under the Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking 2022-1 first Call for Proposals for rail research & innovation activities.
Ahead of InnoTrans 2022, Global Railway Review asked Carlo Borghini of EU-Rail what he is expecting from this year's event.
Moderated by Judit Sandor, Programme Manager at Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking, participants of this Roundtable explore how to improve passenger satisfaction post-pandemic, the role of Mobility-as-a-Service (MaaS), and the importance of on-board comfort and transforming train stations.
Packed full of exclusive content, including our InnoTrans 2022 preview, plus features from: Germany’s Federal Minister for Digital and Transport; the European Commissioner for Transport; Canadian Pacific; Norfolk Southern; the Association of American Railroads; the ERTMS Users Group; and many more!
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.
Moderated by Carlo Borghini, Executive Director, Europe’s Rail Joint Undertaking, participants of this Roundtable explore how DAC will increase the capacity and quality of freight traffic as well as of rail infrastructure and its role in meeting rail’s sustainability targets, plus they look at the main policy and legal challenges…
With the European Union focusing more on confronting climate change, Jonathan Cutuli, Public Affairs Manager at UNIFE, explains the key role that alternative fuels can play for the rail sector in lowering GHG emissions and how investment is key to producing greener results.