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UIC launches Call for Papers for the 7th UIC nextstation international conference to be held in Tehran from 11 – 13 November 2019

Among the subjects to be discussed: design, sustainability, smart solutions, services, accessibility, security & safety, financing

Submit your paper here:
https://nextstation.org/application-form-for-speakers

UIC, the worldwide railway organisation, is organising the 7th edition of the international conference on railway stations, UIC nextstation, to be held in Tehran from 11 – 13 November 2019. This year, after six successful editions, the 7th UIC nextstation Conference, which will be hosted by the Railways of the Islamic Republic of Iran (RAI), will address the key issues under the main theme “Railway Stations Boosting the City”.

The purpose of this event is to understand how Railway Station can/should impact the city in a positive way. In order to make the most of all opportunities, the UIC scientific committee proposes that the panellists and speakers share their expertise and best practice through eight parallel sessions, namely: Station Design (urban planning), Sustainability, Smart Solutions for Stations, Services & Commercial activities, Station Design (building approach), Mobility, Accessibility & Door-to-Door Solutions, Security & Safety, Station Management & Financing.

UIC invites experts in these fields to submit their paper through the UIC nextstation conference website: https://nextstation.org/application-form-for-speakers. The deadline for submission is 30 June 2019.

The possibility for sponsors to support this international event as well as the possibilities for exhibitors to register and claim their exhibition space has also been opened.

For more information please see https://nextstation.org/

For questions concerning the submission of abstracts & papers or for more general questions please email Clément Gautier, member of the UIC nextstation conference scientific & organising committee:

gautier@uic.org

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15th Training on High-Speed Systems (Level I) held from 8 – 12 April 2019 in Paris

UIC held the 15th Training on High-Speed Systems – Level I in Paris at its headquarters from 8 – 12 April 2019.

The training consisted of five days of intense lectures as well as a technical visit to the Control Centre of the high-speed line TGV Atlantique, which was received with great interest and positive results.

About 24 students attendeed with large delegations from Trenitalia, the National High-Speed Corporation from India and delegates from the UK, Poland, Sweden, ADIF and AREP.

Speakers from UIC, SNCF, Trenitalia, RENFE/ADIF, DB, SENER, RTRI Japan, Oc’Via, Alstom, German University of Cairo, Italian University Bicocca, Birmingham University and Systra took turns during the week to give lessons on their areas of expertise related to high-speed.

The feedback questionnaire was very encouraging as it reflected the commitment of everybody – the speakers, organisers and the trainees – to make the training programme a success.

Among others, the comments included:

  • More than 70% fully met their expectations and objectives at the training
  • About 90% would recommend this training

The idea to set up the High-Speed Training Systems Alumni was launched to be connected with the Intercity & High-Speed Committee.

We are now looking forward to the next Level II Training Seminar to be held from 18 – 22 November 2019 in Madrid in order to make it better.

For further information please contact Paolo de Cicco, Senior Advisor for the UIC Passenger and High-Speed Department:

decicco@uic.org

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UIC & OSJD experts attended the meeting of UIC-OSJD Joint Group (JG) on IT & Coding held on 26 – 27 March 2019 in Warsaw

On behalf of Jean-Pierre Loubinoux, UIC Director General, and François Davenne, UIC Deputy Director General, the UIC delegation gave assurance that the strategical visions of both organisations would be easily shared and achieved within the domains of IT and digitalisation.

UIC’s top management considers the IT & Coding domain as a key factor which (1) requires incommensurable less financial investments into soft infrastructure compared to hard infrastructure and (2) is able to be applied immediately within a huge range of technical issues linked to Eurasian corridors (3) while providing the smart cost-efficient solutions (including new IRSs to be developed jointly by OSJD & UIC) for the current economic railway challenges to be met.

The meeting was attended by experts assigned by:

JSC Lithuanian Railways (LG),
JSC Ulan-Bator Railway (JSC UBTZ),
JSC Polish State Railways (PKP),
Russian Railways OJSC (OAO Russian Railways),
JSC Ukrainian Railway (JSC Ukrzaliznytsia),
as well as representatives of UIC, OSJD affiliated company – Rail Cargo Hungary and the OSJD Committee.

The meeting adopted the following agenda:

  1. Updating of Joint OSJD / UIC Leaflet O 920-13 “Standard coding and data structures of general information required for international freight traffic”.
  2. Updating of Joint OSJD / UIC Leaflet O 917-5 “Description of the HERMES system”.
  3. Analysis of the use of Joint OSJD / UIC Leaflets whilst operation of OSJD railways.
  4. The progress on updating of the Regulation of OSJD / UIC JG on IT & Coding and the OSJD / UIC Regulation on Administration of Companies Codes.
  5. Preparations for OSJD / UIC Interoperability Seminar on TAF & TAP TSI and the 73rd meeting of the OSJD / UIC JG on IT & Coding.

Experts discussed the working plan for 2019 and took note of results on the following topics of the agenda:

  1. Taking into account remarks of the final meeting of the OSJD PWG on IT & Coding (13-15.11.2018), the representative of the leading railway ZSSK CARGO eliminated errors in the table of Part III of Annex 3 “Coding Sender Applications” to this Leaflet. The meeting decided to submit the V Edition of draft Leaflet O 920-13 to XXXIV OSJD Conference of General Directors (CGD) to be held in Seoul on 8 – 12 April 2019 for the approval. The Head of UIC IT Study Group confirmed a plan to update the Leaflet by UIC during 2019. The representative of the UIC will coordinate the 5th Edition with UIC relevant departments and structural bodies. Further work on the Leaflet is going to be carried out during 73rd meeting of OSJD / UIC JG on IT & Coding.
  2. The meeting discussed the Joint OSJD / UIC Leaflet O 917-5 “Description of the Hermes system”. The Russian version of the Leaflet was sent to OSJD Members using Hermes system to verify the accuracy of the translation from English. The meeting decided to submit draft IV Edition of Leaflet O 917-5 (Appendix 2) to XXXIV OSJD CGD for approval. The UIC representative confirmed the IV Edition of Leaflet was approved by UIC in 2017.
  3. The analysis of the use of Joint OSJD / UIC Leaflets within a field of coding and informatics have been conducted by Russian Railways and uploaded to OSJD internal portal. The meeting reviewed the results and concluded on following actions necessary:
    1. to conduct an additional analysis of the column “comments” with a view to their transfer to the Joint OSJD / UIC leaflets;
    2. in the case of the coincidence with the ISO documents, to hold additional consultations with these organisations with a view to their further maintenance and preservation as in ISO depository as in OSJD and UIC depositories.
  4. (4.1.) The Regulation of OSJD / UIC JG on IT & Coding has been updated by OSJD during 2018 and is going to be submitted to XXXIV OSJD CDG for approval. UIC is going to distribute the English version of the Regulation to its Members for hereafter to be approved by UIC General Assembly either in June or December 2019. The new Regulation will be brought into force from 1 January 2020.
    (4.2.) The meeting took note of the ERA presentation “News on changes in the codes of companies in the EU within the framework of TAF and TAP TSI / RICS for 4-character alphanumeric”. In particular, there was additional information on the work being carried out by ERA in the framework of the implementation of the European Commission’s decision (EC Act (EU) 2018/1614) which is determined by the liberalisation of the railway market which leads to an increase in the number of companies involved in the provision of railway services. Following the discussion, the OSJD / ERA Contact Group noted the relevance of this issue and the practicability of the OSJD / UIC / ERA tripartite cooperation on coding of railway companies. Therefore ERA and EC DG MOVE are invited to take part in OSJD / UIC Interoperability Seminar on TAP & TAF TSI to be held on 29 May 2019 in Budapest. The meeting expressed the advisability of saving the existing procedure for assigning OSJD / UIC railway companies codes within the range 0000-9999 of the 4N format and preserving the previously assigned codes. UIC representative reported on the status of the administration of railway company codes.
    (4.3.) Taking into account the information set out in sub-item (4.2), the meeting concluded:
    1. it is premature to submit to XXXIV OSJD CGD a draft OSJD / UIC Regulation on the administration of company codes;
    2. it is necessary to modify the draft OSJD / UIC Regulations on the administration of company codes, including its Annex (Applications), taking into account the final decision on the distribution of competences between OSJD / UIC and ERA on the administration of company codes. When finalising the Regulation, it is expedient to provide fields (blocks, columns) in which to indicate the full and abbreviated names of companies using Latin letters without diacritical marks;
    3. to update Leaflet О 920-1 within the framework of these activities;
    4. to initiate a letter from OSJD Committee to UIC about the need for interaction in deciding on this issue and protecting the joint interests of the OSJD and UIC Members;
    5. to harmonise the current Regulation and Applications on the OSJD Web alongside with the UIC one.
  5. The meeting discussed the preparation for OSJD / UIC Interoperability Seminar on TAF & TAP TSI and 73rd meeting of the OSJD / UIC JG on IT & Coding to be held on 29 – 30 May 2019 in Budapest and agreed on the provisional agenda. UIC was requested to update the list of coordinators for Joint OSJD / UIC Leaflets.

For further information please contact Mr Vytautas Kinderis, UIC Coordinator for Standardisation and East-West Relations:

kinderis@uic.org

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UIC Sustainable Land Use (SLU) Network meeting was held on 10 April 2019 in Paris

The UIC Sustainable Land Use (SLU) Network meeting was held at UIC HQ in Paris on 10 April. The working group is composed of experts in biodiversity, vegetation management and soil remediation.

The objective of vegetation control is to keep the railway track area plant-free as encroaching weeds can endanger the safe passage and braking of trains as well as the functioning of the control-command and signalling system. The most widespread and cost-efficient measure of vegetation control for the railway track area is the application of herbicides and the current approval of glyphosate, which is the most commonly used active agent in herbicides, will expire in 2022.

After a comprehensive survey performed by UIC for the HERBIE project, the SLU Network has officially concluded and published the “UIC Guidelines for Integrated Vegetation Management” and “the State of the Art and Integrated Assessment of Weed Control and Management of Railways” on December 2018. The publications are available at:

The railway sector urgently needs to transition between the Herbicide based to a non-Herbicide based vegetation control. Now, SLU manages a follow-up project TRISTRAM (Transition Strategy on Vegetation Management) which kicked off in January 2019 and will end in December 2020. The final dissemination workshop will be organised in the second half of 2020. To be able to exchange the knowledge between members, the questionnaire will be prepared and shared with participants via https://events.uic.org/tristram-knowledge-exchange.

TRISTRAM will provide a global strategy to facilitate and boost information between railways on all aspects of integrated vegetation control with special focus on investigations and experiences with alternative methods of vegetation control for the railway track area including the regulatory constraints. The global strategy will be future-proof in terms of legislation and regulation at EU and national levels.

TRISTRAM has participants from most of the European railways such as Austria (ÖBB), Belgium (Infrabel/SNCB), Czech Republic (SZDC), France (SNCF), Finland (FTA), Germany (DB), Italy (FS-RFI), Netherlands (Prorail-NS), Spain (ADIF), Sweden (Trafikverket), Switzerland (SBB) and including some visitors from Norway (Bane NOR) and Portugal (Infraestruturas de Portugal). The SLU Network is working in close cooperation with CER to provide UIC with the political developments and the discussions currently happening in Brussels.

Technical experts on this topic are invited to join the group and to get in contact with the Sustainable Development Unit at UIC.

For further information please contact Pinar Yilmazer, UIC Senior Advisor of the Sustainable Land Use Network:

yilmazer@uic.org

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Register now for the Second TopRail Forum to be held on 17 May 2019 in Naples, Italy

Theme of the event: The Attractiveness of Rail Tourism

Register here:
https://events.uic.org/2nd-toprail-forum

The second UIC TopRail Forum, jointly organised by UIC, FS (Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Group) and FS Foundation entitled “The attractiveness of Rail Tourism” will be held in Naples on 17 May with a technical visit on a historical train from Naples to the UNESCO World Heritage site of Pompeii on 18 May.

TopRail is a UIC project dedicated to the field of Rail Tourism at international level. The approach is very broad encompassing different areas: train-cruises, panoramic trains, railway heritage, etc. www.toprail.org/

After several years of workshops and internal meetings, the TopRail member group has decided to open its activity to the public and get in touch with the rest of the stakeholders interested in the business opportunities derived from rail tourism. That is why in 2018 the first TopRail Forum took place in Barcelona. After the success of the first TopRail Forum, UIC is organising the second edition in collaboration with Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Group to be held at the National Railway Museum of Pietrarsa (Naples).

TopRail Forum was created with the aim of establishing itself as the international event of reference for Railway Tourism in its broadest sense. The business vision will be very present and is intended to be the meeting point of all the actors involved: from the railway industry (operators, manufacturers) and the tourism industry (tour operators, wholesalers) to international, national and regional policy makers, to the final customer.

In this second edition, the programme will consist of a single intense day of morning and afternoon sessions, complemented on Saturday by a journey on the historical train to the UNESCO site of Pompeii.

The attendees will learn about the latest news in this special type of tourism at global level from the handful of representatives from different parts of the world. The event will feature presentations from operators, tour operators and institutions at the highest level willing to share ideas about the future of the different tourism experiences linked to the railway through two round tables. Likewise, there will be appropriate moments to encourage networking among the participants.

The programme of the second UIC TopRail Forum is regularly updated at this address:

www.toprail.org/

Welcome and opening delivered by:
Mauro Moretti, Chairman of FS Foundation
François Davenne, UIC Deputy Director General
Carles Casas, TopRail Chairman

Presentations by the following guest speakers, among others:

Tim Fairhurst, Director of Policy, ETOA
Massimiliano Astrologo, Chairman, Eurorail
Gary Franklin, Vice President Train and Cruises, Belmond
Yasunari Nakajima, Director Paris Office, East Japan Railway Company
Lyublena Dimova, Research Project Manager, European Travel Commission

For further information please contact Vanessa Perez, Advisor for the UIC Passenger Department:

perez@uic.org

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SHERPA: Second workshop on “analysis of emerging terrorism-related threats against stations and trains” held on 12 April 2019

Reminder: The SHERPA project has received funding from the European Union’s Internal Security Fund Police under grant agreement No 815347. It is coordinated by UIC and will last 24 months. It aims to improve the overall protection level for stations and trains in Europe against terrorist attacks by implementing multiple synergistic actions towards the relevant stakeholders. The SHERPA Consortium is composed of 6 partners: UIC, DB AG, FS SpA, PKP S.A., SNCB, and SNCF. The consortium is supported by an Advisory Board composed of CER, COLPOFER, Nederlandse Spoorwegen, SBB, RAILPOL and UITP.

The second SHERPA workshop on “analysis of emerging terrorism-related threats against stations and trains” was held on Friday 12 April 2019 at UIC. SNCF is the leader of the second technical work package, whose aim is to identify and assess emerging threats potentially affecting stations and trains (e.g. insider threats, misuse of commercial UAVs), define and share an updated knowledge base on the matter and identify requirements and priorities for industry, research and policy-making bodies. Around 30 participants from eight countries attended this workshop, which was organised in a very interactive manner.

After a short overview on the SHERPA project given by Marie-Hélène Bonneau (UIC Security Division and SHERPA project coordinator), Vincent Roque (SNCF – Head of Defence) and Catherine Jarrige (SNCF SECURITY – International Department), Yves ROUGIER (Head of the Planning and Crisis Management Department at the Ministry for the Ecological and Solidary Transition) concentrated within his introductory speech on new threats. He stressed the point to find the right balance between cybersecurity and classical threats as well as taking into account hybrid threats in the future.

“Light UAVs over restricted areas” was the focus topic of the second presentation. Patrick Garnier (coordinator of ALADDIN – Advanced hoListic Adverse Drone Detection, Identification & Neutralisation) gave an overview about the main tasks and the current status of the EU project. ALADDIN will study, design, develop, and evaluate, in series of complementary pilots, a counter UAV system as a complete solution to the growing UAV threat problem, building upon a state-of-the-art system and enhancing it by doing research on various detection and neutralisation technologies and functionalities. This project will be finished by 31 August 2020.

The presentations and discussions were completed with an overview on ongoing security activities at EU level. Ilja Lorenzo VOLPI (CER – Head of Public Affairs and Operations) focused in this connection on the working activities carried out within the EC Expert Group on Land Transport Security (LANDSEC) and EC EU Rail Passenger Security Platform (RAILSEC).

In the afternoon, the participants continued to concentrate on the analysis of emerging terrorism-related threats against stations and trains. Vincent Roque (SNCF – Head of Defence) informed about emerging threats within SNCF and the challenges they are facing to deal with them. His speech was followed by an interactive session based on the dedicated questionnaire results achieved with the partners’ contributions, presented by Bruno De Rosa (UIC) and expanded by the participants.

A first proposal for needs and requirements on emerging terrorism-related threats for the railway sector was discussed among the workshop participants. In conclusion, the workshop was very successful, as it brought highly valuable contributions from its participants that will support the development of the SHERPA Project’s forthcoming activities.

The next steps are as follows:

  • 18 – 20 June 2019: Informative session on SHERPA during the 5th UIC Security Week (Paris, UIC HQ)
  • 1 – 2 October 2019: Workshop (WS3) on “How to better protect stations” (Warsaw, organised and hosted by PKP S.A.)

For further information please contact Marie-Hélène Bonneau, UIC Security Division and Project Coordinator:

bonneau@uic.org

Or consult the dedicated website: www.sherpa-rail-project.eu

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Register now for the Asia-Pacific Railway Innovations Forum to be held from 21 – 24 May 2019 in Manila, Philippines

Register here:
https://events.uic.org/asia-pacific-railway-innovations-forum

UIC is pleased to invite you to the Asia-Pacific Railway Innovations Forum kindly hosted by the Asian Development Bank (ADB) in Manila, Philippines.

The Asia-Pacific Railway Innovations Forum, jointly organised by UIC and ADB (Asian Development Bank), will discuss the future of railway systems in developing Asia and the Pacific with respect to the new and disruptive technologies of the Fourth Industrial or “Digital” Revolution. The level of railway technology varies greatly throughout Asia and the Pacific, but is often old in terms of railway infrastructure, systems, and rolling stock. New technologies in the digital sphere, from control systems to data gathering, create an immense opportunity, but at the same time a difficult choice as countries must choose and prioritise which technologies are the most appropriate in their specific, national case.

This forum aims to bring together key decision-makers, members of the railway industry, specialists and experts to discuss current solutions, alternatives and future trends in applied rail sector technologies.

We look forward to seeing you in Manila!

For any further information, please contact Mrs Béatrice Ségéral, Senior Advisor, Institutional Relations & Asia-Pacific Region:

segeral@uic.org

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United Kingdom: Traffic management technology reduces delays in Wales

A traffic management system has gone live in south Wales to help operators manage the timetable - reducing delays for passengers and freight operators.

The Thales ARAMIS system helps more than 300 trains a day. It provides real-time enhanced data to operators, flags potential conflicts and helps train running controllers proactively manage services.

It minimises the knock-on delays that can cause widespread disruption after an incident and allows real time re-planning so services can quickly return to normal.
It’s part of our Digital Railway strategy to use technology to help provide better and more journeys as demand for train services continues to rise.
Rail passenger numbers are forecast to grow by about 40% by 2040. By the mid-2030s there will be an extra one billion journeys on the railway.

Enabling better decision making

The implementation in Wales is an Operational Decision Support Tool (ODST), which is an isolated system. It helps operators manually intervene and make informed decisions rather than being directly linked to the signalling control systems.

Bill Kelly, route managing director for Network Rail in Wales and Borders, said:

We understand that delays are frustrating for passengers and unplanned disruption can have a real impact on people’s daily lives.
When incidents do occur, getting the service back to normal as quickly and safely as possible for passengers is a top priority. The traffic management system supports our people in doing this.

A similar deployment of the Thales ARAMIS system is being introduced on the Anglia route between Fenchurch Street and Shoeburyness. This will be fully operational in the spring and controlled from the Upminster signalling centre.

(Source: Network Rail)

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United States: Amtrak to invest $90 million for Baltimore Penn Station improvements

Amtrak has reached commercial close for Baltimore Penn Station with the execution of a Master Development Agreement with Penn Station Partners to redevelop and expand the historic station. Amtrak plans to invest up to $90 million in improvements to the historic station as part of the deal, including expansion and modernization to accommodate passenger growth and significantly improve the customer experience.

“By investing in the modernization of Baltimore Penn Station, Amtrak seeks to transform central Baltimore into a premier regional transportation hub that will provide new amenities and transit connections,” said Amtrak President & CEO Richard Anderson. “This work is part of Amtrak’s ongoing efforts to improve the customer experience and grow passenger rail.”

Planning and development due diligence have been underway since January 2018, following Amtrak’s announcement of Penn Station Partners as the selected Baltimore Penn Station Master Developer. The Baltimore-based developer partnership is led by Beatty Development Group and Cross Street Partners, along with a local and international team of highly qualified planning, design, and construction firms. Penn Station Partners was selected through a competitive procurement process based on their proposal, and commitment to partnering with Amtrak and the City of Baltimore to transform the area into a vibrant multi-modal hub featuring the historic station at its center.

“I am very excited that Amtrak and Penn Station Partners have taken the next critical step toward ensuring that Penn Station can finally achieve its full potential – and I am thrilled to learn that Amtrak will be committing significant capital to support revitalization of this Baltimore landmark,” said Congressman Elijah E. Cummings. “I will continue to work closely with Amtrak, Penn Station Partners, and the entire Baltimore community to ensure that this project reflects our local priorities, creates opportunities for local minority- and women-owned businesses, and enables Penn Station to be both an inviting gateway and an economic engine for our City.”

Amtrak and Penn Station Partners are currently advancing a Vision Plan for the station and surrounding Amtrak properties in partnership with local stakeholders and the community, called Next Stop Baltimore Penn Station.

“This is an important project for the city of Baltimore and one that we need to get right,” said Michael Beatty, President of Beatty Development Group. “It’s so important that we stay engaged with the community and get their continued input. The first public meeting in July 2018 provided us with so much useful, insightful feedback. We are looking forward to holding additional public meetings over the next six months now that commercial agreement has been reached.” Bill Struever, Principal of Cross Street Partners, added “We want the redeveloped Penn Station to be treasured by neighborhood residents in addition to commuters and Amtrak personnel.”

The first phase of rail infrastructure work at Baltimore Penn Station includes the renovation of an existing platform to bring it back into service and the construction of an additional platform. For more information, visit BaltimorePennStation.com.

The development framework and station area improvements in Baltimore will leverage additional Northeast Corridor infrastructure and capacity improvements, including the new Amtrak high-speed rail expansion effort currently underway. This project also complements ongoing Amtrak improvements at New York Penn Station; opening the new Moynihan Train Hall in New York; and further development of stations in Chicago, Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia.

(Source: Amtrak)

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Next meetings scheduled

  • 20-21 May 2019 Seminar on UIC Asia-Pacific Projects 2018-2020 Manila, PHILIPPINES
  • 21-23 May 2019 UIC-ADB Asia-Pacific Railway Innovations Forum Manila, PHILIPPINES
  • 21 May 2019 Preparatory Group 94th General Assembly Paris
  • 22 May 2019 European Management committee Assistants Paris
  • 22 May 2019 European Group of Assistants Paris
  • 23 May 2019 27th UIC Asia-Pacific Regional Assembly Manila, PHILIPPINES
  • 3-5 June 2019 1st Digital Conference Brussels
  • 15-16 June 2019 UIC Middle-East Regional Assembly Amman, Jordan
  • 18-20 June 2019 UIC Security Week Paris, UIC HQ
  • 24 June 2019 28th European Regional Assembly Budapest
  • 25 June 2019 Executive Board Budapest
  • 25 June 2019 94 General Assembly Budapest
  • 26 June 2019 Safety Platform Steering Group meeting DB AG BERLIN
  • 12 September 2019 European Management committee Assistants
  • 24-25 September 2019 Rail System Forum Steering Board Paris, UIC HQ
  • 9-11 October 2019 5th UIC World Congress on Rail Training Rabat, Morocco
  • 16-19 October 2019 UIMC Scientific Congress and General Assembly Pietrarsa Napoli - Italy
  • 28-29 October 2019 28th UIC Asia-Pacific Regional Assembly Tokyo, JAPAN
  • 5 November 2019 Safety Platform Steering Group meeting UIC HQ PARIS
  • 5 November 2019 Freight Forum RCA Vienna
  • 6 November 2019 Safety Platform Plenary meeting UIC HQ PARIS
  • 6 November 2019 European Management committee Assistants Paris
  • 6 November 2019 European Group of Assistants Paris
  • 7 November 2019 95th General Assembly Preparatory Group Paris
  • 11-14 November 2019 7th NEXTSTATION Tehran
  • 20-22 November 2019 15th UIC Global Security Congress Praha, Czech Republic
  • 26 November 2019 Statistics Steering Committee Meeting UIC, Paris
  • 27 November 2019 Statistics Plenary Meeting UIC, Paris
  • 28 November 2019 Statistics Steering Committee Meeting UIC, Paris
  • 10 December 2019 European Management committee Paris
  • 10 December 2019 29 European Regional Assembly Paris
  • 11 December 2019 Executive Board Paris
  • 11 December 2019 95th General Assembly Paris

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