Railway Transport Committee of the Maghreb
Comité des transports ferroviaires du Maghreb (CTFM)
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1964-04-08 Algiers Algeria
Established 8 Apr 1964, Algiers (Algeria). Structure amended 11 Nov 1965, Marrakech (Morocco), under the aegis of U-XE4748 - Commission maghrébine des transports et communications (CMTC), which was in its turn a dependent body of H-XD2939 - Permanent Consultative Committee of the Maghreb (PCCM).
Study questions concerning unification and improvement of operating conditions of member networks; coordinate and initiate susceptible actions that may ameliorate and develop the railway transport in the Maghreb countries; unify and improve the exploitation conditions of the Maghrebian nets; adapt in commun the general techniques and economic arrangements relating to the coordination and the harmonization of the railway transports in the Maghrebian countries and that concern the used equipments, the exploitation rules, training and personnel management; research and set a Maghrebian speedy train (TVGM) linking Tripoli (Libyan AJ) to Casablanca via Algeria and Tunisia in the parallel of the improvement of the Transmaghreb prestations.
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Committee of Directors-General (meeting twice a year). H-XE0697 - Central Office for Maghrebian Compensation. Office of Wagons. Permanent Secretary. Committees (5). Rotating Presidency (annual).
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