Publication of PaP Offer TT 2023

Our PaP offer for timetable 2023 has been published and is accessible via PCS and our website.

We are happy to inform all our customers about the publication of the Pre-Arranged Paths (PaPs) on RFC Rhine-Danube for Timetable 2023. The offer is accessible via PCS (https://pcs-online.rne.eu/pcs/#/login). Furthermore, the PaP Catalogue may be accessed via our Website (https://rfc-rhine-danube.eu/pre-arranged-paths-paps/), as well as via the CIP (https://info-cip.rne.eu/), containing a clickable map, detailed information sheets per section, a table overview of all PaPs per direction as well as additional information on train parameters, TCRs, and distances. For any questions please address the C-OSS manager (https://rfc-rhine-danube.eu/#section-home).

We are looking forward to welcoming you on the RFC Rhine-Danube network!

International disruption between Babenhausen – Dieburg

Interruption with international impact after collision of two freight trains on 19 May

Since Thursday morning (19/05/2022), the Aschaffenburg-Darmstadt line between Babenhausen and Dieburg has been interrupted. After the collission of two freight trains in the early morning, several wagons of one of the freight trains derailed and one of the loco drivers died. A long-lasting investigation of the accident by the authorities is expected.

Total closure on the line is anticipated at least until 26 May 2022.

 International Freight Trains are rerouted via

  • Aschaffenburg-Frankfurt,
  • Würzburg-Kornwestheim,
  • Kassel-Hamm.

We will inform our customers about the further proceedings.

In case of any questions please do not hesitate to contact the ICM Coordinator of RFC Rhine-Danube: Zita Koops-Árvai, Managing Director via .

Online session about Customer Information Platform, Rail Facilities Portal, and Network and Corridor Information

Customer Information Platform & Rail Facilities Portal and the Network and Corridor Information (digital network statements and CIDs).

The RFC Rhine-Danube would like to invite you to session regarding the Customer Information Platform and Rail Facilities Portal which is organized in cooperation with RFC Network and RNE on Thursday 28th of April, 14:00-16:00 CET

Program

Keynote Speech

  • Welcome by Marc Adler, current chairperson of the RFC Network, managing director of the RFC Rhine-Alpine
  • Harald Reisinger / Vojkan Stefanovic (RNE) on RNE Digital Roadmap & Digital Rail Infrastructure Information System
  • Miloslav Kogler (RNE) on CIP (Customer Information Platform)
  • Jean Marc Hillenberg and Michael Spannlang (RNE) on RFP (Rail Facilities Portal) & Network and Corridor Information

To join the session please register using this link.

Please be aware that this session will be recorded and published.

Publication of updated TCR overview

We would like to inform all our customers about the publication of the updated overview of Temporary Capacity Restrictions (TCRs) on RFC Rhine-Danube.

The overview of TCRs may be accessed via our website (https://rfc-rhine-danube.eu/temporary-capacity-restrictions-tcrs/), as well as via the CIP (https://info-cip.rne.eu/).

We are looking forward to welcoming you on the RFC Rhine-Danube network!

Results of RFC User Satisfaction Survey 2021

To learn the level of satisfaction of the customers with the performance of the corridor, RFC Rhine-Danube conducted its first user satisfication survey for 2021. The survey was conducted in a harmonised manner, most importantly by using a harmonised questionnaire across all 11 RFCs, and coordinated by RailNetEurope.

We would like to thank everyone who filled it in for the valuable feedback and time.

The summary of the results specific for RFC Rhine-Danube can be downloaded here.

Our RFC is taking a deeper look into the results in order to define concrete actions for improvement

PCS Training is coming up

We would like to draw your attention to our virtual PCS training, which will be offered on 15 and 16 February, providing you with valuable and practical insights needed for requesting capacity on the Rail Freight Corridors for timetable 2023.

Moreover, the training will enhance your knowledge by introducing you to (new) features and functions in PCS, informing you about the news for TT 2023 and giving you the chance to practice live with individual and corridor-specific exercises.

For more information, please contact our C-OSS Manager via .

See you

Publication of updated TCR overview

We are happy to inform all our customers about the publication of the updated overview of Temporary Capacity Restrictions (TCRs) on RFC Rhine-Danube.

The overview of TCRs may be accessed via our website (https://rfc-rhine-danube.eu/temporary-capacity-restrictions-tcrs/), as well as via the CIP (https://info-cip.rne.eu/).

We are looking forward to welcoming you on the RFC Rhine-Danube network!

Publication of CID TT 2022- 2023

We are happy to announce that the new Corridor Information Document for Timetable 2023 (Sections 1-4) and the updated Corridor Information Document for Timetable 2022 (Sections 1-4) were published. The documents can be found on our website (https://rfc-rhine-danube.eu/cid-books/)

The documents are accessible via CIP, too (https://info-cip.rne.eu/).

We are looking forward to welcoming you on the RFC Rhine-Danube network!

Freight traffic disruption on the section Horní Lideč – Vsetí

Dear customers,

we would like to inform you that the freight traffic is stopped on the line Horní Lideč – Vsetín from 11.01.2022, 14:00 due to damaged basis below the track.

International freight traffic running via the border Horní Lideč / Lúky pod Makytou is affected and need to be re-routed. This will be dealt bilaterally between Czech and Slovak side. The recommended alternative border crossing is Mosty u Jablunkova / Čadca.

Customers that are affected will be kept informed by the IMs.