Round Table on on-track Competition in Passenger Rail Services 2019
13 – 15 March 2019
Main topic: On-track competition in rail passenger services
Aim: The aim of the round table was to bring experience with on-track competition in rail passenger services in different countries of the European Union.
The Institute for Transport Studies, University of Leeds, Masaryk University and the Journal of Rail Transportation Planning and Management organized roundtable focused on impacts of Introducing On-track Competition in the Passenger Rail Services. The round table was coordinated by Professor Chris Nash, Dr. Phill Wheat and Dr. Zdeněk Tomeš. Following the round table a special issue of the Journal of Railway Transport Planning and Management covering On-track Competition in Passenger Rail Services will be commissioned and edited by the round table coordinators.
- Paper submission open 10th January 2019
- Paper submission closed 10th Feb 2019
- Review comments available 1st April 2019
- Submission of revised papers 30 April 2019
- Final decision on acceptance 30 June 2019
- Intended publication of papers 15th August 2019
Photos from the event: here.
- Paolo Beria, Alberto Bertolin, Samuel Tolentino a Gabriele Filippini - Long-distance rail prices in a competitive market. Evidences from head-on competition in Italy
- Monika Jandová a Tomáš Paleta - Competition for and in the passenger rail market: Comparing open access versus franchised train operators' costs and reliability in Britain
- Alexander Stead, Phill Wheat a Andrew Smith - Competition for and in the passenger rail market: Comparing open access versus franchised train operators' costs and reliability in Britain
- Marcin Król, Jakub Taczanowski, Stefan Jarecki a Arkadiusz Kołoś - Landscape after the battle. Post-Interregiocases of low-scale on-track passenger rail competition in Poland
- Zdeněk Tomeš a Hana Fitzová - Has the incumbent an advantage in open access passenger rail competition? A case study on the Prague–Brno line
- Martin Kvizda - Open access passenger rail competition in Slovakia –experience from the Bratislava –Košice line
- Juan Montero - Asymmetric regulation for on-track competition in European railways?
- Lorenzo Casullo a Luca Bellodi - Parallel Tracks: The Impact of Independent Regulators on Open-access Competition in the Railways
- Mirjana Bugarinović a Branislav Bošković - PSO contract management vs. on-track competition in the passenger rail services
- Martin Smoliner - System train path as key to efficient infrastructure usage for on-track competition in ITF-regimes
Final presentation with timetable is available here.