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Track Access Charges 2013

Event date
Frankfurt on the Main


Track access charges form an essential part of operations in the liberalised EU railway system. The charges are an essential source of income for infrastructure managers and account for a significant part of the costs of a railway undertaking. The level and structure of the charge have a high impact on (intermodal) competitiveness, therefore the track access charging systems are an important issue in the development of rail.

The conference, organized by Graz University of Technology and Europoint, offers a one-day podium in order to discuss these perspectives, developments and their directions, in an international setting.