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82/922/EEC: Commission Recommendation of 17 December 1982 to national railway undertakings on the definition of a high-quality international passenger transport system



Official Journal L 381 , 31/12/1982 P. 0038 - 0039

Spanish special edition: Chapter 07 Volume 3 P. 0149

Portuguese special edition Chapter 07 Volume 3 P. 0149



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COMMISSION RECOMMENDATION

of 17 December 1982

to national railway undertakings on the definition of a high-quality international passenger transport system

(82/922/EEC)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN

COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Economic Community,

Having regard to the importance of international passenger transport for both railway undertakings and users,

Having regard to the need to improve still further the services provided,

Having regard to the range of high-quality international passenger transport services;

Having noted the efforts made by the railway undertakings in these areas,

Invites the national railway undertakings to:

- study the possibility and means of providing a high-quality international passenger network in accordance with the guidelines laid down in the Annex,

- inform the Commission before 1 May 1983 of progress made in giving effect to this recommendation.

This recommendation is addressed to:

Société nationale des chemins de fer belges

85, rue de France

B-1070 Bruxelles

(Belgium);

De danske Statsbaner

Generaldirektionen

Soelvgade 40

DK-1307 Koebenhavn K

(Denmark);

Société nationale des chemins de fer français

88, rue Saint-Lazare

F-75436, Paris, Cedex 09

(France);

Deutsche Bundesbahn

Hauptverwaltung

Friedrich-Ebert-Anlage 43-45

D-Frankfurt/Main

(Federal Republic of Germany);

oeOrganismós Sidirodrómon Elládos, AE

Kentrikí Diéfthynsi

Karóloy 1

oeAthína 107

(Greece);

Coras Iompair

Heuston Station

IRL-Dublin 8

(Republic of Ireland);

Azienda Autonoma delle Ferrovie dello Stato

Piazza della Croce Rossa

I-Roma

(Italy);

Société nationale des chemins de fer luxembourgeois

9, Place de la Gare

Boîte postale, 1803

L-Luxembourg

(Grand Duchy of Luxembourg);

N. Nederlandse Spoorwegen

Moreelsepark 1

NL-3500 HA Utrecht

(Netherlands);

British Railways Board

222 Maryleborne Road

UK-London NW1 6JJ

(United Kingdom);

Northern Ireland Railways Company Limited

(Central Station)

East Bridge Street

UK-Belfast BT1 3PB

(Northern Ireland).

Done at Brussels, 17 December 1982.

For the Commission

Giorgios CONTOGEORGIS

Member of the Commission

ANNEX

Factors taken into account for a high-quality international day-time and night-time passenger service network

1. Market surveys should continue to be carried out on a permanent basis for each route on the main network of inter-urban routes in Europe.

2. These surveys should also consider the possibilities of developing night and rail-road services.

3. The overriding objective should be to establish a high-quality international network the technical, financial and commercial management of which is as free as possible from the constraints affecting domestic railway services whilst ensuring the necessary consistency with these services.

4. Undertakings should conclude, as soon as possible after the market surveys, agreements on high-quality international passenger services, particularly concerning:

- frequency and higher commercial speeds,

- use of the most up-to-date techniques to provide a high-quality service (make-up of trains, engines),

- assurance of good connections,

- customer service (dining facilities, information, telecommunications, liaison with other modes).

5. National railway undertakings of the Community shall coordinate their efforts with those of interested railway undertakings from third countries.