European Passenger Train Timetable Conference
Conférence européenne des horaires des trains de voyageurs (CEH)
Europäische Reisezugfahrplankonferenz (EFK)
1923-01-01 Bern Switzerland
1 Jan 1923, Bern (Switzerland), as European Timetable Conference -- Conférence européenne des horaires. From 1872 to 1914, met twice a year on invitation by a participating administration. Listed name adopted 1974. Most recent statutes dated 1 Jan 1993. Ceased to exist Jan 1997, when merged with H-XD0774 - European Goods Trains Timetable Conference to form F-XF4256 - Forum Train Europe (FTE).
Determine and optimize international passenger rail and maritime services, making them as flexible as possible; coordinate timetables of the various administrations and the connections at frontier stations in the best possible way; reduce the length of frontier stops; maximize use of rolling stock.
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General Conference (every 2 years). Subsidiary Conferences in intervening years. Plenary Session (during General Conference) elects Managing Railway. Invited to participate and with consultative voting rights, delegates of: UIC; Project Group for Route Management (ROME) of UIC. Conferences closed.
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