Night Train: Back to the futur?
Date to be confirmed...
En attendant la conférence de 2021, voici les dates de nos prochains webinars
22/10: Webinar "Night trains: linking European regions" #EURegionsWeek
Night trains: Linking European Regions
The regions and cities will play an important role in the process of enabling the redeployment of night trains.
The Benelux, and in particular Brussels, has the opportunity to become again a night train hub linking the north with the south and the west with the east of Europe:
Since January of this year there is a Vienna-Brussels line, the Swedisch gouvernment announced its intention to launch a Mälmö-Bruxelles connection from 2022 and different initiatives call to link the European capital with Paris, Berlin or Warshaw again.
In the mainframe of this workshop, the participants will discuss the conditions for the post-COVID roll-out of a new European night train network and its impact.
Raphael Winkler, Vice-president Back on Track Belgium, Belgium.
Alexander Gomme, Spokesman, Back on Track Belgium, Belgium.
Melissa Hanus, MP (Member of the mobility, public enterprises, federal institutions committee and Vice-president of the climate, environment, energie committee), Federal Parliament, Belgium.
Evelien Marlier, Project Manager, European Passengers’ Federation, Belgium.
réseau de trains de nuit souhaité
16/10: Webinar Back On Track Coalition
Friday the 16th of October: Webinar on the status on European political progress for night trains. We had invited one main speaker, who was Mr. Nino ZAMBARA, Single European Rail Area, European Commission, Directorate-General for Mobility and Transport.