Welcome to the Baltic-Adriatic Rail Freight Corridor Website
If you are an applicant or a partner in the railway industry, this is the place where you can find all the information you need to access our offer or to cooperate with us.
Who are we?
The Rail Freight Corridor Baltic-Adriatic was established in 2015 as implementation of the Regulation (EU) No 913/2010 on a competitive network for rail freight (onwards “EU Regulation”). The aim of the EU Regulation is to enhance the competiveness of the rail freight transport in order to improve the market share of rail over road. As all RFCs, Corridor Baltic-Adriatic has three main areas of competence:
Market definition and analysis, in particular the carrying out of studies aimed at a better knowledge of the market and the definition of the most suitable products to be offered.
Capacity Management, construction of international rail freight capacity. In addition, the Corridor Baltic-Adriatic contributes to the coordination of temporary capacity restrictions due to infrastructure works.
Traffic and Performance Management, Corridor Baltic-Adriatic monitors the punctuality of the freight trains crossing the corridor, with the aim of improving it and to identify operational bottlenecks to be solved, in order to allow a smoother.
Baltic Adriatic RFC runs through six states of Europe, namely Poland, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Slovenia and Italy and its members are the respective railway infrastructure managers.
Baltic – Adriatic RFC includes 40.820 km of railway lines which connect two seas. At the north of Europe Baltic sea and Adriatic sea at the south of Europe.
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Events & News
The EEIG for Rail Freight Corridor Baltic-Adriatic announces the intention to launch a procurement …
The new Rail Freight Corridor Baltic Adriatic website went live on January 13th 2020
It is …
The overview Temporary Capacity Restrictions (TCRs) planned along RFC Baltic-Adriatic was updated on 13 January …
The Catalogue of Pre-Arranged Paths for TT 2021 was published in PCS on 13 January …
The Corridor Information Document for TT 2021 is published!
Please, visit the relevant page for more …
Cooperation between RNE and the Rail Freight Corridors (RFCs) is once again proving fruitful. The …