Train path capacity on the core network corridors in Europe can be offered in a much more efficient and attractive manner. A single, digital system called the C-OSS* should facilitate this. However, there is only little response to the innovation as it is just not familiar in the sector yet. [*Corridor One-Stop-Shop (C-OSS) facilitates train path management for international rail freight along the Rail Freight Corridor North Sea – Baltic. It is a single contact point allowing customers to ...
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