Over the past decade, industrial giants and European governments have strived to attain rail interoperability, so that trains can cross borders without stopping. Still nowadays, each country still has its own rail "language" for managing the movement of the trains on its network.
In order to redress these incompatibilities, a project has been set up to create unique signaling standards throughout Europe: the European Rail Traffic Management System. Over the years, it became increasingly successful in Europe and beyond, and is now recognised as the global signalling standard. Learn more >>