Below you can find the presentations of Track Access Charges Summit 2022.

Wednesday 20 April

Setting the scene: developments over the past two years – STEFAN MARSCHNIG
The impact of the pandemic on European Rail – ROBERT KOGLER
Supporting rail without distorting competition – CONOR FEIGHAN
Charging pre, post and during the pandemic in Austria – ULRICH RUEHRNOESSL
Interview: lessons learnt from TAC waivers – DOMINIK HUEBLER
The approach to track access charges for Rail Baltica – JĀNIS EIDUKS
Developing optimum access conditions on Rail Baltica – KASPARS BRISKENS

Thursday 21 April

Improving performance on the Middle Corridor – VICTOR ARAGONES
Pre-financing infrastructure investments in Hungary – PETER RONAI
Reforming track access charges in Azerbaijan – AZAD HUSEYNOV
Track access charging in Poland: a good or bad example? – MONIKA LASKE
Comparing cost levels of road and rail shipping – AKOS ERSEK
A compensation scheme for external costs of competing transport modes – MARIS ANDIŅS
Infrastructure charges: critical element for development of combined transport in the Baltic states – NORMUNDS KRUMINS
The universal cost model – STEFAN MARSCHNIG
Using engineering and econometric methods in the computation of direct costs – ANDREW SMITH
Track access charges and the liberalisation of railway freight markets – BORNA ABRAMOVIC


Wednesday 20 April

Session I – Charging during the pandemic

Session II – Rail Baltica and introduction of TAC on more than one network

Thursday 21 April

Session III – Looking outside of EU: TAC and landbridge developments

Session IV – Green Deal consequences and competitiveness of railways

Session V – New developments on TAC