Organisation and Contacts
TTR is organised as a programme, steered by RNE and FTE, and supported by the ERFA. The programme is governed by the TTR Steering Committee and managed by the Programme Management Office.
To effectively work on the various subjects, several TTR projects, sub-projects and task forces have been established. Within these frameworks, experts discuss challenges and propose approaches to solutions:
- TTR Commercial Conditions project
Responsible for defining the commercial conditions needed to effectively steer the TTR process
- TTR IT Landscape project
Responsible for defining and implementing all IT systems required by TTR
- TTR Pilots project
In this project, the testing of TTR components on pilot lines and networks is being coordinated. Conclusions from these tests will serve as the baseline for further development and improvement of TTR components. Four pilot lines have been launched to test TTR on international lines:
- Mannheim-Miranda de Ebro
- Rhine Valley Pilot (starting TT 2022)
In addition, a network pilot project on ÖBB INFRA has been launched. The TTR pilots are supported by the task force ‘Pilot IT’, which is an integral part of the TTR IT Landscape project.
- TTR Implementation project
To fully implement TTR at European and national level, a new implementation project has been launched, in which all other projects (e.g. national TTR projects) are coordinated.
- Task Force ‘TTR Legal Framework’
To establish TTR, the right legal framework must be in place. The task force ‘TTR Legal Framework’ analyses all TTR components from a legal perspective, detects pressure points in the legal framework and provides options for the implementation of TTR.
Compact information on TTR is also available for download in the form of slides: