2022 DAC Sector statement
AERRL joined the other Representative Bodies in signing the sector statement on the Digital Automatic Coupler (DAC), showcasing the need and the advantages to roll-out this innovative device across the European railway system in a concerted manner.AERRL will progressively become involved in this issue in the coming weeks and months. Read more https://aerrl.eu/wp-content/uploads/2022/11/220921_Sector-Statement-on-DAC_Innotrans-2022.pdf
Re-funding a sustainable and safe ERTMS deployment that supports competition
The European rail rolling stock lessors highlight the weaknesses of the draft CCS TSI 2022 revision and urge the EU to amend its draft to avoid compromising competition in the rail freight market, threats to improved safety and accelerated obsolescence of existing modern rolling stock.
Trans-European transport network EU Commission proposal: a wonderful opportunity to make ERTMS deployment priority number one
AERRL and ALLRAIL defined a common position on the Trans-European transport network EU Commission proposal. This future new regulation offers a wonderful opportunity to make ERTMS deployment priority number one.
A single European Database for the ERTMS deployment
Using a digital platform as the single European Database for the ERTMS deployment on the European core network corridors, an AERRL/ALLRAIL position paper
Making safety and quality upgrade programs possible
To make possible the planned upgrades rolling stock programs through a realistic, ambitious, and simultaneous deployment of ETCS BL 3. AERRL has analysed the ERA « Clarification note Authorisation of vehicles equipped with CCS train protection part according to set of specifications #1 (Baseline 2) after 31/12/2020 » (version 1) and has identified the negative consequences of […]