Atlantic Corridor

Annual Report 2015

    Press release Date: 24th June 2016 Atlantic Corridor: Annual Report 2015 The Annual Report concerning the activities and main numbers of the Atlantic Corridor for 2015 ...

 

TEN-T Days 2016 - in Rotterdam

    Press release Date: 20thand 21st and 22nd June 2016 TEN-T Days Exhibition in Rotterdam During the 20th to 22nd of June the TEN-T Days 2016 were held in Rotterdam at the ...

 

RFC 4 “Atlantic" - Satisfaction Survey 2016

    Press release Date: 28th of June 2016 Rail Freight Corridor 4 "Atlantic" – Satisfaction Survey (reminder)   In September 2016, the annual RFC User ...

 

RFC 4 and Atlantic Corridor - General Assemblies

    Press release Date: 31st of May 2016 4th General Assembly of the EEIG RFC4 and 2nd General Assembly of the EEIG Atlantic Corridor  The 4th General Assembly of the ...

 

RFC 4 “Atlantic" - Executive Board meeting

    Press release Date: 23rd of May 2016 Rail Freight Corridor 4 "Atlantic" – Executive Board Meeting  On the 23rd of May 2016 the 1st Executive Board Meeting ...

 

10th TAG – RAG of the Atlantic Corridor

    Press release Date: 10th of March 2016 10th TAG – RAG of the Atlantic Corridor   The 10th TAG – RAG of the Atlantic Corridor took place at the ...

 

Launching Event in Vienna: Deepening the Dialogue

    Press release Date: 23rd of February 2016 Launching Event in Vienna: Deepening the Dialogue   On February 23rd at the Hofburg Palace in Vienna, a major step ...

 

PCS Next Generation Training Session

    Press release Date: 27th & 28th January 2016 – Brussels PCS Next Generation Training Session       To help our customers with ...

 

Launching Event of four Rail Freight Corridors

    Press release Date: 1st of February 2016  Launching Event of four Rail Freight Corridors   On February 23rd Vienna’s Hofburg Palace will host a ...

 

European Freight Corridor „Atlantic“ extends to Germany

    Press release Date: 1st of January 2016 European Freight Corridor „Atlantic“ extends to Germany by 1 January 2016: new Connection to France and the Iberian ...

 

Our GOAL is to increase the competiveness of European
rail freight transport with our partners, by offering:

 

» More Capacity
» Higher Performance
» Better Information

The Atlantic Corridor, formerly named Rail Freight Corridor No. 4, includes the existing railway lines and planned itineraries between Sines / Setúbal / Lisbon / Aveiro / Leixões - Algeciras / Madrid / Bilbao / Zaragoza – Bordeaux / La Rochelle / Nantes / Paris / Le Havre / Strasbourg – Mannheim, crossing the international borders of Vilar Formoso/Fuentes de Oñoro, Elvas/Badajoz, Irun/Hendaye and Forbach/Saarbrücken.

January 2016, Germany joined Portugal, Spain and France as partner of the EEIG Atlantic Corridor with the extension of the RFC to Mannheim via the French/German border in Forbach/Saarbrücken. Furthermore the Atlantic Corridor was also extended up to Strasbourg. As a result the first PaPs to Germany will be available in the Timetable 2017.

The mission of the Atlantic Corridor principally covers the management of existing infrastructures, without additional investments, through centralized management of capacity allocation, traffic management and costumer relationship.

Subsequently, the Atlantic Corridor also works as a coordination platform between Portugal, Spain, France and Germany concerning the investments in infrastructure, overcoming technical and operational barriers, promoting interoperability and, ultimately, increasing the competitiveness of rail freight.

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