This European Transport Regulation Observer reflects upon the discussions at the 14th Florence Rail Forum.
“Which Role for Railway Undertakings in the Mobility of the Future” that took place in Florence on May 22nd, 2017.
This European Transport Regulation Observer reflects upon the discussions at the 14th Florence Rail Forum. “Which Role for Railway Undertakings in the Mobility of the […] read more
Digitalization is producing a dramatic change in the transportation sector, across and within existing modes of mobility. Speakers at the 14th Florence Rail Forum shared their […] read more
FSR-Transport Director, Prof Matthias Finger, is teaching this week at the fifth edition of the “Antwerp Rail School: from basic rail knowledge to rail insiders’ […] read more
The aim of the 13th Florence Rail Forum was to look at the most controversial aspects creating a tension between increasing the level of security […] read more
In the last three decades, state-owned railways have been reformed in many countries. The Japanese National Railways (JNR) was the first railway system to be […] read more
Prof Matthias Finger has been invited by the Institute of Transportation Economics (Tokyo) to the “10th Transportation and Economic Forum: Thinking about Railway Operation for the […] read more
Following the latest issue of the Network Industries Quarterly (vol 18 – issue nr 2 – year 2016) dedicated to “Financing of infrastructures in Latin America” FSR Transport […] read more
On May 3rd 2016 the Florence School of Regulation organized an executive seminar in collaboration with the European Railway Agency (ERA) to discuss the digitalisation of railways […] read more
Railway traffic in Europe has increased over the past decade, and it is the aim of European policy makers to further promote the shift of […] read more