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26 Apr 2021

Risk mitigation measures to resume transport of semi-trailers on pocket wagons in Denmark
The JNS Task Force, coordinated by the European Union Agency for Railways (ERA), with experts from sector representative bodies and safety authorities, paved the way for updated risk mitigating measures to resume the transport on pocket wagons on the Great Belt Bridge, as published by the Danish National Safety Authority.

31 Mar 2021

For women’s eyes only - Interested in a career in railways?
If you are interested in pursuing a career in railways, ERA would like to help you by bringing you together with already established and experienced women in this field.

23 Mar 2021

Publication of a white paper on Cybersecurity in Railways
The European Union Agency for Railways (ERA) is publishing the result of a dedicated think tank on railway cybersecurity in France.

19 Mar 2021

Successful ENISA-ERA Conference on Cybersecurity in Railways
The European Union Agency for Railways jointly organised with the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA) an online conference on Cybersecurity in Railways.

18 Feb 2021

EUMedRail seminar on Human and Organisational Factors
The EUMedRail project promotes the integration of Human and Organisational Factors in the railway system of Euromed partners.

03 Dec 2020

The EUMedRail Steering Committee discusses the project plan for 2021
The EUMedRail project gathered high-level representatives and participants from EUMedRail partners last 24 November 2020 for the online Steering Committee.

28 Sep 2020

ERA publishes COVID-19 Information Bulletin on Ventilation in Railway Vehicles
The European Union Agency for Railways has published today a COVID-19 Information Bulletin with technical expert advice on Ventilation in Railway Vehicles.

04 Sep 2020

Successful Safety Leadership training at ERA
Following a strict regime of measures, ERA successfully organised a safety leadership training at its premises with both ERA staff and external rail professionals.