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Dutch Railways NS and the municipal public-transportation companies in the three largest Dutch cities, Amsterdam (GVB), Rotterdam (RET) and The Hague (HTM), are allowed to create a digital mobility platform to which they admit other market participants that offer mobility services to travelers.
ACM will take stock of the current situation regarding access and integration for MaaS-providers (existing and potential) to such mobility services: to what public-transportation services of other market participants do they currently have access, and under what conditions?
ACM recommends Dutch government to include a requirement to cooperate in the tender conditions for a new train service to Germany
At the request of the Ministry of Infrastructure and Water Management (IenW), ACM analyzed the concession of the upcoming Eindhoven-Düsseldorf rail service. Including a requirement to cooperate with other market participants is preferred over a financial incentive to stimulate cooperation.
ACM has set the method for assessing whether or not a new passenger rail service jeopardizes the economic equilibrium of an existing concession.
ACM has approved the tariffs and conditions regarding the service facilities for a regional train service
ACM has approved the tariffs and conditions that Dutch railway infrastructure manager ProRail and other companies use for the use of service facilities for the train service between the eastern Dutch cities of Amersfoort and Ede-Wageningen.