CASE COMMENTS: REGULATIONS – FRANCE – TRANSPORTS – REFORM – INCUMBENT RAILWAY OPERATOR – OPINION

Transports: The French Regulatory Authority for Rail and Road Activities examines the impact of the draft decree on the new organization of the incumbent railway operator on the railway system with a view to opening up to the competition for domestic passenger transportation services (SNCF Réseau)

*This article is an automatic translation of the original article, provided here for your convenience. Read the original article. On the basis of the conclusions of Mr Jean-Cyril Spinetta's report of February 2018, the Government had embarked on a new reform of the railway system with the stated objectives of building a new organisation for the incumbent operator and seeking greater efficiency in this system, in particular by changing the conditions of recruitment and employment management within the public rail group, all this in the context of opening up passenger rail transport services to competition. This reform led to the adoption of Law No. 2018-515 of 27 June 2018 for a new railway pact (JORF No. 0147 of 28 June 2018), which not only set the terms and conditions for opening

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Sébastien Martin, Hubert Delzangles, Transports: The French Regulatory Authority for Rail and Road Activities examines the impact of the draft decree on the new organization of the incumbent railway operator on the railway system with a view to opening up to the competition for domestic passenger transportation services (SNCF Réseau), 9 May 2019, Concurrences N° 3-2019, Art. N° 91619, pp. 178-180

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