Following previous discussion events on rail transport, we are now debating if the logic of liberalization followed by the European Commission fits the sector and whether it can be pursued unchanged or needs reconsideration.
The discussions will be centred around following questions:
- What degree of competition has emerged and can realistically be expected in the railway sector?
- Which are the competitors that will realistically exist in Europe in the years to come?
- What are the likely evolutions of the historical operators and what will be their likely roles given the broad public policy constraints?
- Which market structures are likely to emerge in the future?
Keeping to one of FSR’s guiding principles, namely stakeholder involvement, this Forum will feature presentations from representatives of the European Commission, Ministries, regulators, operators, international associations of stakeholders and academics.For more information please contact FSR.firstname.lastname@example.org
Introduction to the 4th Florence Rail Forum – MATTHIAS FINGER
Views form the operators (SNCF) – PIERRE MESSULAM
A view from the operators (ÖBB) – CLEMENS FӦRST
A view from the operators (SBB) – RETO BLEISCH
A view from the operators (FS Italiane) – BARBARA MORGANTE
A view from the operators (DB) – RALPH KRӦFGEN
A view from the operators (CER) – LIBOR LOCHMAN
A view from the operators (Veolia Verkehr Regio) – AXEL SONDERMANN
A view from the operators (NS) – RENÉE ELZINGA
A view from the operators (EPTO) – JAN MÖLLMANN
A view from the regulators (ORR) – MICHAEL BESWICK
A view from the regulators (Monopolkommission) – JUSTUS HAUCAP