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Slide1:  UNIFE Association of the European Railway Industries Welcome EFRTC Roma, 01/12/2006 Agenda:  Agenda Welcome General Introduction EU Railway Policy European Railway Agency Standardisation Research Market Study Agenda:  Agenda Welcome General Introduction EU Railway Policy European Railway Agency Standardisation Research Market Study UNIFE Mission Statement 2006/2010:  UNIFE Mission Statement 2006/2010 “UNIFE’s mission is to enhance the competitiveness of the railway industry and promote the development of rail as the preferred mode of transportation in Europe and beyond”. Slide5:  System Integrators & RS UNIFE Members National Associations:  National Associations UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005:  UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005 UNIFE Achievements 2000/2005 The Voice of the Railway supply industry in Brussels establishing well appreciated relations with the EU institutions and EU railway organisations Prominent role for EU Railway Policies in the EU transport White Paper bringing political support to the railway industry Implementation of the EU railway Packages I-II-III Separation railway services & infrastructure 91/440 Liberalization of Rail Freight services 2007 Liberalization Rail Passenger services 2010 UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005:  UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005 Meetings with all the relevant EU Commissioners Meetings with many relevant Railway CEO’s Proposal for Financing of Rolling Stock in New Member States (joint UNIFE/CER Initiative) Proposal for Cross Acceptance of Rolling Stock (Joint UNIFE/CER/VDB/FIF Initiative) UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005:  UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005 European Railway Agency Counterparts 10 active ERA working group 8 active UNIFE – ERA Mirror groups AEIF Organizational & Finance Management Development and Implementation of 12 Technical Specifications for Interoperability High Speed Conventional Rail Revisions UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005:  UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005 Development and implementation of about 500 Railway Standards CEN/CENELEC/ETSI Development of a UNIFE Rolling Stock Life Cycle Cost Manual ERTMS Deployment Plan & ERTMS Baseline Specifications 2.3.0 UNISIG Management Center Development of IRIS Certification (International Railway Industry Standard) IRIS Management Center UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005:  UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005 Integration of the Wheel Suppliers (ERWA) into UNIFE Co-operation with The European Rail Trackwork Contractors (EFRTC) Organization of events Annual Reception General Assembly Participation in events Eurailspeed (UIC) UITP WC Eurailfreight (CER) ERTMS (UIC) WCRR (UIC) UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005:  UNIFE - Achievements 2000/2005 Establishment of the European Research Advisory Council – ERRAC The 6th Framework Program Modtrain Modurban Integrail Railenergy EUDD+ 250 Million Euro EURNEX New Opera Others… UNIFE Research Management Center – ONLY co-ordination of joint rail research projects! UNIFE evolution (Summary):  UNIFE evolution (Summary) Membership development: 40 to 70 members Income increased: From 1M€ to 2.8 M€ Staff: from 7 to 16 persons operating with the latest technical support of UNIFE members New Business Areas IRIS UNISIG (from 2006) Research UNIFE Vision 2020:  UNIFE Vision 2020 The European rail supply industry is a profitable, flexible and high-tech sector, actively contributing to jobs, economic growth and the development of sustainable transport in Europe and beyond. A Europe in which the high-speed train has become the standard transport mode connecting cities… A Europe that has succeeded in achieving a modal equilibrium in freight traffic for the benefit of the environment, economy, industries and citizens of Europe. … A Europe in which local travel within and around large cities takes place mainly by environmental friendly modes, using rail transport, and integrating metro, light rail and heavy rail… UNIFE Priorities 2006/2010:  UNIFE Priorities 2006/2010 Dialogue with EU Institutions to influence EU railway policies and to promote the rail transport mode in a level playing field Co-ordination with National Rail Supply Industry Associations to influence and support implementation of EU rail policy Achievement of railway interoperability & standardisation in co-operation with the ERA, CEN, CENELEC, ETSI Development of Joint EU-Railway R&D Programmes & Projects Coordination and co-operation between UNIFE & CER, EIM, UIC and UITP Agenda:  Agenda Welcome General Introduction EU Railway Policy European Railway Agency Standardisation Research Market Study EU Railway Policy:  EU Railway Policy EU Railway Policy Adoption 3rd Railway Package Midterm Review EU Transport White Paper Trans European Network Transport (TEN-T) European Rail Traffic Management System EU Railway Funds (Cohesian Funds/European regional development Funds) Dedicated Rail Freight Corridors EU Railway Policy: 3rd Railway Package:  EU Railway Policy: 3rd Railway Package Adoption 3rd Railway Package 1. Proposal for a Directive on the liberalisation of international passenger transport Liberalisation of international passenger by 2010 2. Proposal for a Regulation on the rights and obligations of international rail passengers 3. Proposal for a Directive on the certification of train drivers Towards certificates for locomotive drivers and train crew responsible for security aspects valid throughout the Community. 4. Proposal concerning the quality of rail freight (frozen until end 2007) Establishes a framework for compensation in rail freight (cases of loss, damages and delays), and rules for responsibilities for both carriers and customers. EU Railway Policy: 3rd Railway Package:  EU Railway Policy: 3rd Railway Package Agenda 24 July 2006: EU Council of Ministers adopted a Common Position 28 September: Council common position to be officially submitted to the EP in Strasbourg 2nd reading at the Parliament: 10 October: Exchange of views in EP (TRAN Committee) 21-22 November: Amendments discussed in EP (TRAN Committee) 18-20 December: vote in TRAN Committee January 2007: Act to be adopted by EP Plenary in Strasbourg EU Railway Policy: White Paper:  EU Railway Policy: White Paper Mid Term Review EU Transport White Paper The WP aims at revitalising the railways to shift the balance between modes of transport by creating an internal market in rail transport. Open Rail Market/Infrastructure Development/level playing field for all modes of transport The 2006 Mid-term review stresses the following points: A greater emphasis on ‘co-modality’ Optimise each transport mode The modal shift has lost its central place in the EC’s strategy. EU Railway Policy: White Paper:  EU Railway Policy: White Paper Main actions from the White Paper: 2006: promote rail freight corridors; freight transport logistics strategy; action plan for energy use in transport. 2007: Green paper on Urban transport; logistics action plan; rail market monitoring including a scoreboard; Multiannual Investment programme up to 2013 for TEN to be identified; first call of 7th RTD Framework Programme 2009: ERTMS implementation on certain corridors September 2006: the EP TRAN Committee started an own-initiative report on the subject (rapporteur Ms. Etelka Barsi-Pataky, EPP-European Democrats) EU Railway Policy: TEN-T:  EU Railway Policy: TEN-T TEN-T Corridors EU Railway Policy: TEN-T:  EU Railway Policy: TEN-T TEN-T: Trans-European Network-Transport In total €225 Billion will be needed just for completing the 30 TEN-T priority projects by 2020, and from this amount. €140 Billion are requested for the period 2007-2013. At the same time the EU Transport White Paper declares that the level of investment in transport infrastructure has fallen in all EU Member States to less than 1 % GDP. € 8 Billion allocated budget for 2007-2013 for the TEN-T Recently the six EU Corridor Co-ordinators presented their reports to the European Commission. The cost of only 3 of these projects in the period 2007-2013 is of around € 60 Billion, and the allowed TEN-T funding in only these is 3 projects will empty the TEN-T budget 2007-2013. EU Railway Policy: TEN-T:  EU Railway Policy: TEN-T UNIFE therefore calls upon the EU Transport Ministers to mobilise and secure all sources of financing for these projects, following the recommendations of the EU Corridor Co-ordinators: concentration on cross-border sections, bottlenecks, interoperability projects, providing a rate of support that give enough incentive for the project to start and be completed in the planned schedule. The EU Financial Regulation for the TEN-T needs to be adopted by the Council. UNIFE calls upon the EU Transport Ministers to support the European Commission’s proposal and increase the co-financing rate for the TEN-T. EU Railway Policy: TEN-T:  EU Railway Policy: TEN-T 1. Rules governing the EU funding for Trans-European Transport and Energy Network projects are being revised: The percent of funding set by the Commission raises debates: EC proposes to rise the funding up to 20% for priority projects EC proposes to co-finance 30% of priority cross-border transport network sections The level of maximum co-financing for setting up the European Rail Traffic Management System (ERTMS) has been set at 50% Agenda 24 May 2006: EC adopted a revised proposal for the TEN financial regulation. 20 July 2006: EP Working Document on the EC proposal (rapporteur Mario Mauro) 12 September 2006: 1st exchange of views at the EP (Budget Committee) EU Railway Policy: TEN-T:  EU Railway Policy: TEN-T The implementation of the Trans European Railway Network – including ERTMS- are crucial for the further development of the railways in Europe. UNIFE therefore calls upon the EU Transport Ministers to decide to implement ERTMS on the 6 main rail freight corridors in Europe and make the necessary national funds available. EU Railway Policy: ERTMS:  EU Railway Policy: ERTMS European Rail Traffic Management System The call for proposals is due to be issued in February next year with a deadline for submitting applications by mid April. A mechanism will be introduced in order to ensure that all funds are not used in the first year. The Commission underlined that the amount of 500 millions euro is indicative and not "secured for ERTMS": this amount will only be granted if projects of sufficient quality are submitted. If ERTMS does not demonstrate that it can deliver – due to the scarcity of TEN funds - part of the amount will be re-routed towards other projects and "use the money with high EU added value project" Slide28:  28 A Rotterdam – Genova B Naples- Berlin – Stockholm C Antwerpen – Basel/Lyon D Valencia- Lyon – Torine – Trieste - Ljubljana E Dresden – Prague – Brno – Vienna - Budapest F Duisburg – Berlin - Warsaw EU Railway Funds:  EU Railway Funds EU Railway Funds: EU Railway Funds:  EU Railway Funds July: UNIFE asked a consultancy to collect the figures related to EU budget allocation to rail projects to have a clear overview of the rail financial possibilities in the new EU MS – only these countries can benefit of the Cohesion Fund Summer/Autumn: the allocation of these funds to 2006 April: the EU financial perspectives for the 2007/2013 period were agreed in Brussels projects (including rail) is being negotiated, still not 100% decided in some countries. 2007 The implementation of the rail projects is the key priority. Cohesion Fund Allocation EU 10+2 (Summary):  Cohesion Funds allocated in the new EU Member States (in brackets the rail allocation in b€) Poland 20,0 b€ (5-3tbc) Baltic States 4,3 b€ (1,3) Czech Republic 8,0 b€ (2,2) Hungary 7,5 b€ (2,2) Slovakia 3,4 b€ (1,2) Slovenia 1,2 b€ (0,3) Bulgaria 2,0 b€ Rumania 6,0 b€ (1,3) Cohesion Fund Allocation EU 10+2 (Summary) Freight Dedicated/Oriented Network:  Freight Dedicated/Oriented Network Freight Dedicated/Oriented Network 22 May 2006 EC produced a Consultation Document on the implementation of a rail freight-orientated network. UNIFE issued a position paper on Freight in September Input from the UNIFE Infrastructure Committee End February 2007: publishing of EC Draft Communication July 2007: publishing of EC Official Communication Agenda:  Agenda Welcome General Introduction EU Railway Policy European Railway Agency Standardisation Research Market Study European Railway Agency:  European Railway Agency European Railway Agency Evaluation of the ERA activities and setting up a new UNIFE technical support structure for infrastructure after liquidation of the AEIF UNIFE railway infrastructure technical committee UNIFE co-ordination integrated systems group UNIFE Standardisation issues/CEN Agenda:  Agenda Welcome General Introduction EU Railway Policy European Railway Agency Standardisation Research Market Study Slide36:  Availability and harmonisation of all necessary reference documents Standardisation - 3 Pillar Approach Decision making flowchart :  Decision making flowchart EC Directive Mandate Technical Specs. For Interoperability (TSI’s) CENELEC Euronorms (EN) European Standardisation Bodies ETSI ERA ___________________ (Previously AEIF) CEN JPC Rail TSI Sufficient Need for EN? RATIFIED (e.g. by ART 21 Committee for M275) Published in OJEC Published in OJEC Funded by EC NSB’s, EFTA Funded by EC, UNIFE UIC, UITP Coordinates = organisations = documents = decisions Yes No Funded by EC Agenda:  Agenda Welcome General Introduction EU Railway Policy European Railway Agency Standardisation Research Market Study Research:  Research Research -progress Innotrack -Progress Urbantrack -UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming – Infrastructure possible subject Results Progress Innotrack:  Progress Innotrack Progress Innotrack Jointly funded research project with the aim to develop cost-effective high performance track infrastructure for heavy rail systems 3 year project – 18.6 million euro – kick off September 2006 at Innotrans in Berlin SP 5 meeting held in Mainz on 16 Nov 2006 EFRTC leads WP 5.1: -preparation questionnaire and developing an evaluation system to establish current best practice Draft questionnaire presented by Carillion Next SP 5 meeting on 6 December 2006 In Paris Alstom Office Next SP1/SP5/SP6 meeting on 17 January 2007 in London Progress Urbantrack:  Progress Urbantrack Progress Urbantrack Jointlly funded research project aimed at developing, testing and validating innovative products and methods for urban rail track infrastructure. 4 year project – 18 million euro – kick off September 2006 in Brussels SP 2 meeting 2/11/06 London Internal website has been set up Public website to be finalized UNIFE to set up and manage a “Network of Industries” under SP6 to include companies that are not directly represented in the Consortium, but who agree to be involved in the project at different steps of development, allowing a broad knowledge outside of the project on Users requirements and opening technology solutions. Network of Industries formed by: UNIFE members Network (infrastructure system integrators, track suppliers and track workers) UNIFE 4+1 ( formed by the 4 industries members of UNIFE participating in INNOTRACK and by EFRTC) UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming – Infrastructure possible subjects:  UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming – Infrastructure possible subjects UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming Name and general scope: SMART INFRASTRUCTURE Overall objectives and deliverables Reduce maintenance cost through predictive and condition based maintenance of infrastructure components and sub-systems Timing: launch date (until 2013) and duration? 2008 – 2011 System approach: Interaction with other main subsystems (RS, signalling, infrastructure….) RS Identify where it fits with objectives 7.2.1 – 7.2.5 (slide No2) 7.2.4 ; 7. 2.5 UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming – Infrastructure possible subjects:  UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming – Infrastructure possible subjects Name and general scope: GREENTRACK Overall objectives and deliverables Using more renewable / waste material Giving a 2nd Railway life to some material (ballast) Timing: launch date (until 2013) and duration? 2007 – 2010 System approach: Interaction with other main subsystems (RS, signalling, infrastructure….) RS Identify where it fits with objectives 7.2.1 – 7.2.5 (slide No2) 7. 2.1 UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming – Infrastructure possible subjects:  UNIFE FP 7 Brainstorming – Infrastructure possible subjects Name and general scope: INFRANORMS Overall objectives and deliverables Revisiting the technical foundations on which norms are based Timing: launch date (until 2013) and duration? 2007 – 2010 System approach: Interaction with other main subsystems (RS, signalling, infrastructure….) RS Identify where it fits with objectives 7.2.1 – 7.2.5 (slide No2) 7. 2.5 Agenda:  Agenda Welcome General Introduction EU Railway Policy European Railway Agency Standardisation Research Market Study UNIFE World Rail market Study:  UNIFE World Rail market Study Rail Market Study Results to be presented at the UNIFE annual reception on the 29th of January 2007 Conclusion:  Conclusion The railway industry is a modern and high potential industry capable of meeting the mobility challenges of the 21st Century ! Quote, Louis Armand, UIC President 1956: “Railways can become the transport mode of the 21st Century if it survives the 20th Century” and they did. UNIFE is available to support it’s members on this mission into the 21 Century: One Team One Mission One Objective “Develop railways as a modern, efficient, affordable and essential part of the global transport system“ Thank you for your attention!:  Thank you for your attention! www.unife.org

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