In addition to the cost that is directly incurred as a result of operating the train service (cf. Implementing Regulation 2015/909), the infrastructure manager can, in accordance with article 56§1 of the Rail Codex, decide to charge additional fees for the use of the railway infrastructure in order to obtain full coverage of the costs […]
The annual report on our activities in 2019 is available in Dutch and French. It can be consulted here
Due to the COVID-19 situation, all employees of the Regulatory Body are working from home until October, 31st. They remain available by telephone and email. Please send all communication that would be done by post (e.g. registered mail in case of a complaint procedure) also digitally to us via email@example.com. Thank you for understanding.
The European regulators are taking a stand on the recovery of the rail sector in the aftermath of the covid-19 crisis. The summery of the press release they published can be found below. The full release text is available here
https://www.irg-rail.eu/irg/news/press-release/264,European-rail-regulators-contribute-to-the-recovery-from-the-COVID-19-crisis.html European rail regulators contribute to the recovery from the COVID-19 crisis Railways have continued to transport both essential goods and passengers during the COVID-19 crisis, but the sector has been hit hard and recovering will require unprecedented efforts. In supporting such efforts we are committed to regulatory cooperation across borders and to the coordination […]
The Regulatory body studies the different evolutions and developments of air activities through Brussels Airport on an annual base. The analysis also includes the competition with other airports on the one hand and between airlines on the other. The trends and developments for 2019 are available here.
The Regulatory body monitors and examines the yearly evolutions and market developments in the rail freight and rail passenger market. Trends and developments for both markets can be consulted here.
Last Tuesday 17th March 2020, the National Security Council decided to re-enforce the measures taken to prevent the spread of the virus. In order to ensure the health of the team, visitors and suppliers, it has been decided to close our office until further notice. With regard to the continuity of the activities, the Regulatory […]
The Regulatory Body considers the complaint procedure against Infrabel as closed because complainants Lineas and Sibelit did not wish to continue the procedure. Full text of the decision can be found here (in French only).
The Regulatory body has studied the different evolutions and developments of air activities through Brussels Airport. The analysis also included the competition with other airports on the one hand and between airlines on the other. The complete market monitoring report for 2018 is available here.
The Regulatory body monitors and studies the yearly evolutions and market developments in the rail freight and rail passenger market. The trends and developments of 2018 can be consulted in this market monitoring report.
In the framework of a change of stockholders at Brussels Airport Company, the Regulatory Body issued on 13rd November 2019 a decision confirming the automatic renewal of the operating licence of Brussels Airport. This decision can be found here (in French only).
On November 8, 2019, the Regulatory Body issued its opinion A-2019-04-S regarding the proposal of Network Statement 2020-2021 made by the Infrastructure Manager. The opinion can be consulted here (in Dutch only).