There have been many rail infrastructure construction or modernisation projects in the past years.

Countries such as Romania, Hungary, Poland, Serbia and the Czech Republic – to name only few Central and East European countries – have developed major projects and have signed contracts with significant values. The European Commission has agreed to co-finance most of these projects.

The Conference in Galati brings to the same table of discussions both rail infrastructure managers and companies specialising in the construction or modernisation of rail infrastructure.

The 2014-2020 financing period in Central and Eastern Europe is in full process of evolution. We will analyse together the projects developed so far, but also those that are about to be tendered or those for which new financing contracts will be signed.

Key topics will be addressed, such as:

    • Financing railway projects in Romania – benefits and challenges
    • The need to plan and prioritize the rail investment
    • Technology-inspired Rail Connectivity


In order to continue to meet your expectations, technical visits will be held on the second day of the conference.