EUROPEAN RAIL INFRASTRUCTURE MANAGERS

Members List



Adif

Adif, the Administrator of Railway Infrastructures, is a state-owned company that answers to the Ministerio de Fomento. Adif plays a leading role in promoting the railway sector, working towards converting it into the ideal mode of transport and facilitating access to the infrastructure under fair conditions.

Country : Spain
Website : www.adif.es



Banedanmark

Banedanmark is a railway enterprise, operating and developing the Danish state railway network. Banedanmark offers its product, the railway network, to the train operating companies.

Country : Denmark
Website : www.banedanmark.dk



Bane NOR

Bane NOR is a state-owned company responsible for the national railway infrastructure.
Bane NOR's mission is to ensure accessible railway infrastructure and efficient and user-friendly services, including the development of hubs and goods terminals. The company is responsible for the planning, development, administration, operation and maintenance of the national railway network, traffic management and administration and development of railway property. Bane NOR has operational coordination responsibility for safety work and operational responsibility for the coordination of emergency preparedness and crisis management. Bane NOR has approximately 4,500 employees and the head office is based in Oslo, Norway.

Country : Norway
Website : www.banenor.no



Infrabel

Infrabel is responsible for managing the Belgian railway network. It ensures optimum performance of all components of the Belgian rail infrastructure: tracks, catenaries, switches, signals, crossings, etc. Its core missions are to allocate the infrastructure capacity available among all railway operators and to manage rail traffic on the Belgian territory in real time. It is Infrabel's objective to develop and maintain a safe and high-quality railway network for the benefit of all current and future railway companies.

Country : Belgium
Website : www.infrabel.be



IP

Infraestruturas de Portugal S.A. is a publicly owned corporate company responsible for the management, development and maintenance of the national railway and road networks.

Country : Portugal
Website : www.infraestruturasdeportugal.pt



Network Rail

Network Rail is the owner and operator of most of the rail infrastructure in Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales). Network Rail runs, maintains and develops Britain’s rail tracks, signalling, bridges, tunnels, level crossings, viaducts and 17 key stations.

Country : United Kingdom
Website : www.networkrail.co.uk



PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe S.A.

PKP Polskie Linie Kolejowe S.A. is a company of the PKP Group and is responsible for the maintenance of rail tracks, conducting the trains across country, scheduling train timetables and management of railway land.

Country : Poland
Website : www.plk-sa.pl



ProRail

ProRail is a government task organisation that takes care of maintenance and extensions of the national railway network infrastructure, of allocating rail capacity, and of traffic control.

Country : The Netherlands
Website : www.prorail.nl



SNCF Réseau

SNCF Réseau is the owner and manager of the French railway network since 1997. SNCF Réseau develops, modernises and markets access to the railway network within a rationale of territorial solidarity on a European, national and regional scale.

Country : France
Website : www.sncf-reseau.fr



The Finnish Transport Agency

The Finnish Transport Agency is a government agency operating under the Ministry of Transport and Communications, and it is responsible for maintaining and developing the standard of service in the transport system’s traffic lanes overseen by the government.

Country : Finland
Website : www.liikennevirasto.fi



Trafikverket

The Swedish Transport Administration (Trafikverket) is the Government agency responsible for the long-term planning of the transport system. Trafikverket is also in charge of the state road network and national railway network. 

Country : Sweden
Website : www.trafikverket.se



High Speed 1

High Speed 1 is the railway between St Pancras in London and the Channel Tunnel and connects with the international high speed routes between London and Paris, and London and Brussels. HS1 Ltd is the owner of the stations along the route, including St Pancras International.

Country : United Kingdom
Website : www.highspeed1.com



Groupe Eurotunnel

Groupe Eurotunnel manages and operates the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France including the vehicle shuttle services. In addition to developing its core business, the Group is using its expertise to expand its scope of action beyond the Tunnel, in its two primary business lines and areas of competence: infrastructure management and rail transport.

Country : France
Website : www.eurotunnelgroup.com



Lisea

LISEA is a public-private partnership with a value of 7.8 bn EUR, consisting of VINCI concessions, CDC Infrastructure, Meridam and Ardian. LISEA entered in 2011 into a 50 year long concession with RFF for financing, designing, building and operating the new high-speed line between Tours-Bordeaux, covering more than 300 km of in the South-Western part of France. 

 

Country : France
Website : www.lgv-sea-tours-bordeaux.fr/



High Speed 2

High Speed Two (HS2) Limited is the company responsible for developing and promoting the UK’s new high speed rail network. It is funded by grant-in-aid from the government. 

Country : United Kingdom
Website : www.gov.uk/hs2