In view of the entry into force of the Fourth Railway Package and the increasingly widespread competition on the tracks in Europe for long-distance services, it is essential that the potential offer of open-access operators is taken into account during the study process preceding the construction of high-speed lines. In the case of the CPK Railway Programme, too, the creation of a framework for such an offer and its inclusion in traffic forecasts made on the basis of the Passenger Transport Model and in operational analyses made in the Microsimulation Rail Traffic Model should be a natural part of the process enabling optimal adjustment of infrastructure capacity to the expected train traffic. The following study is the beginning of the development of such an offer, and also contains a series of information on business practices in various countries, knowledge of which is important for the forward-looking shaping of the rail services within the framework of the Horizontal Timetable project.
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