Jesper Rasmussen - Articles and news items
Issue 3 2014 / 4 June 2014 /
Denmark is investing heavily in railway infrastructure. The Danish Government has decided to allocate approximately €20 billion for railway infrastructure in the coming decade. Jesper Rasmussen, Deputy Director General, Trafikstyrelsen – Danish Transport Authority, explains more.
The challenges are plain for Danish rail infrastructure manager, Rail Net Denmark. A somewhat outdated rail and signal infrastructure are ripe for thorough renewals. The task is put in the hands of an organisation in the process of change, moving from being household of the state to a more independent role. To complete the picture, the Danish Government is reconsidering the entire future structure for Rail Net Denmark. The man in charge of both processes is CEO Jesper Rasmussen. In this article he explains how Rail Net Denmark will develop in the coming years and which strategic measures are taken into use to support the development.