Railway interoperability: Slovenia taken to court

The European Commission referred Slovenia to the EU Court of Justice, on 21 February, over its failure to transpose Directive 2011/18/EU on railway interoperability. The deadline for implementation was 31 December 2011. This directive sets up a regulatory framework for the technical harmonisation of railways in Europe and eliminates technical and administrative obstacles, in particular by establishing common authorisation procedures for putting railway equipment into service. “Failing to implement the directive means that national bodies designated to carry out verification procedures do not apply the same legal framework. This would hinder the free movement of rail components and equipment on the EU market,” explains the Commission.


Source : EuroPolitics

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