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Mauro Moretti - Articles and news items

25 years of CER and EU transport policy: On the right track for a single European railway area?

Rail industry news / 18 June 2013 /

On 17 June, the CER celebrated its 25 years anniversary…

Rail Forum Europe supports the Commission’s proposals on the 4th Railway Package

Rail industry news / 12 April 2013 /

Support for the European Commission’s proposal on the 4th Railway Package…

NETINERA Deutschland and Alstom sign a contract for 63 Coradia Lint regional trains

Rail industry news / 19 September 2012 /

NETINERA Deutschland and Alstom have signed a contract worth around €300 million…

Mauro Moretti re-elected as CER Chairman; Commissioner Andor addresses CER General Assembly

Rail industry news / 9 February 2012 /

Mauro Moretti, was unanimously re-elected as Chairman of the CER…

Libor Lochman to follow Johannes Ludewig as CER Executive Director

Rail industry news / 12 September 2011 /

Libor Lochman elected as new Executive Director of the Community of European Railway and Infrastructure Companies (CER)…

High-speed in Italy and liberalisation

Issue 4 2010 / 3 August 2010 /

The FS Group (Italian State Railways) is the largest company in Italy, which has helped boost the Country’s growth, thanks also to the recent launch of the high-speed service. The Group has successfully completed a process of internal reorganisation that has turned it into a modern and efficient reality, up-to-date and ready for the challenge of rail transport liberalisation. A radical transformation was completed in less than three years through a financial turnaround combined with the start up of the high-speed service and fleet renewal. Let’s analyse the facts point-by-point.

Assessing current situations

Issue 4 2009, Past issues / 21 July 2009 /

In an interview for European Railway Review, Mr. Moretti gives his outlook on the European railways situation and also provides details of the important Florence to Bologna high-speed line, due to open in December 2009.

The railway of the third millennium

Issue 4 2005, Past issues / 3 November 2005 /

The Euro is not sufficient to unite Europe: an international railways system is needed to sweep away the borders between the different States by overcoming technological barriers and to compete with air, inland-water and road transport.