UIRR Newsletter Q3.2018 08/11/18

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CONTENTS

  • 1st anniversary of the Rastatt disaster
  • German Rail Freight Master Plan
  • Dutch track access charge hiked
  • Swedish track access charges review
  • German railway union laments locomotive driver shortage
  • NGO recommends rail freight promotion measures
  • Commission study analyses border crossing bottlenecks
  • Germany dishes out biased state-aid for training
  • European Commission 2019 work plan
  • EU legislators: new CO2 emission standards for HGVs
  • Mental shift must precede modal shift
  • Polish railways decide major intermodal rolling stock programme
  • North America: continuous intermodal growth
  • Europe/Asia: major intermodal growth
  • 1st train Japan-Russia via Trans-Siberian railway
  • New trimodal terminal in Lauterbourg
  • Personnel News
  • Members’ News
  • Key Dates & Events

CONTENTS

1st anniversary of the Rastatt disaster... 2

German Rail Freight Master Plan.......... 2

Dutch track access charge hiked.......... 2

Swedish track access charges review.... 2

German railway union laments locomotive driver shortage.............................................. 2

NGO recommends rail freight promotion measures............................................. 2

Commission study analyses border crossing bottlenecks.......................................... 2

Germany dishes out biased state-aid for training 3

European Commission 2019 work plan. 3

EU legislators: new CO2 emission standards for HGVs.................................................... 3

Mental shift must precede modal shit... 3

Polish railways decide major intermodal rolling stock programme................................. 3

North America: continuous intermodal growth 3

Europe/Asia: major intermodal growth. 3

1st train Japan-Russia via Trans-Siberian railway 3

New trimodal terminal in Lauterbourg. 3

Personnel News................................... 4

Members’ News .................................. 4

Key Dates & Events ............................. 4

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