CASE COMMENTS: REGULATORY - SNCF – RAILWAY REFORM – INDEPENDENCE OF THE RAILWAY INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGER

Railway reform : The French Railway Operations Regulatory Authority issues negative opinions regarding three draft decrees implementing the new law on railway reform

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. ARAF, Opinion No. 2014-023 pdf/araf_2014-023_avis_sncf.pdf, 2014-024 pdf/araf_2014-024_avis_sncfreseau.pdf, 2014-025 pdf/araf_2014-025_avis_sncfmobilites.pdf and 2014-026 pdf/araf_2014-026_avis_fonctionsessentielles.pdf of November 27, 2014 Directive 91/440 of 29 July 1991 established the principle of a gradual opening up of rail transport services to competition. In particular, Directive 91/440, supplemented by the three "railway packages" of 2001, 2004 and 2007, enshrined the concept of the right of access to the network for all railway undertakings and required the separation of train operating activities from infrastructure management activities.

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Emmanuel Guillaume, Simon Daboussy, Railway reform : The French Railway Operations Regulatory Authority issues negative opinions regarding three draft decrees implementing the new law on railway reform, 27 November 2014, Concurrences N° 1-2015, Art. N° 71434, pp. 198-200

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