4th Training on commuter and regional train services

5-7 June 2019, Barcelona


  • Offer an accurate and comprehensive overview of Commuter and Regional Train Services all around the world in the frame of the three main axes of the UIC action plan for the next year
  • Provide managers with all the information needed to facilitate decision-making on the subject of Commuter and Regional Train Services
  • Foster exchange of experience and information about the latest developments in this field
  • Give a global vision of Commuter and Regional Train Services to experts on some particular elements on the system

Target audience and conditions for participation

The training is targeted at managers in decision-making positions in the transport sector in general and in the railways in particular, whether working for railway companies or for the ministries, local or regional authorities, universities, advisory bodies, agencies or associations

  • The seminar is targeted at persons interested in acquiring a comprehensive overview of the Commuter and Regional Train Services
  • Seminar participants do not need to have in-depth knowledge of any specific subject relating to Commuter and Regional Train Services
  • Attendance to ALL sessions is therefore mandatory. Every participant will receive a certificate
  • The training sessions will be held in English


From 5-7 June in Barcelona.

Download here the Programme

- PDF - 305.9 kb

Download here the Brochure

- PDF - 3.3 Mb



  • To make a bank transfer in the payment panel, please click on the link to "Other means of payment".
  • All prices are VAT included.
Fees include:
  • All training sessions and lunches;
  • Certification for the training.
  • Venue

    Catalonia Plaza Hotel
    Bergara, 11, 08002, Barcelona (Spain)

    UIC CRTS Handbook

    UIC CRTS working group is developing a Handbook to provide an overview on best practices on Commuter and Regional Train Services on a global scale.

    A survey has been designed to focus on the most important strategic issues wishes to understand the different ways of dealing with them depending on the different framework and network conditions.

    If you are interested in contributing, it would take you about 10 minutes to answer this survey. Please check it here

    UIC CRTS Handbook Survey


    For further information or reservation, please contact:
    Vanessa Perez

    or Beatrix Perrot


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    Wednesday 13 February 2019