On March 12, the Swiss Confederation of Railway and Transportation (CSST) announced that it will open the rail network to all train operators in 2019.
This includes all new trains in the CSST’s service area.
However, trains that have been on the CSMTC for decades are no longer eligible for this change.
The CSST will now require train operators to submit their timetable with a new timetable, updated in 2019, which will include any new trains that the operator has opened since January.
These new timetables must also be accompanied by a detailed description of the conditions, frequency and performance of the train, the train’s schedule and the location.
The new timetable must be submitted in English, French or German, and must be accompanied with the train operator’s registration number.
CSST said in a press release that this change will allow the CSMT to better manage and manage train operations and improve safety for the travelling public.
The new timetable is expected to be completed in mid-May 2019.
If you’re not sure whether your train has already undergone this new timetable update, you can ask a railway official for the details.
The official should provide you with a copy of the new timetable and provide you and your train operator with a train operator tag that you can wear on the seat or train door of your train.
Train operators can now also apply for a tag, which is used by the railway to identify a train when it is stopped.
Train operators must now update their timetables with the new timetabling on a rolling basis.
If the CSMRTA has not made a change in the timetable by May 2019, it will notify all train operations.
According to CSST, the timetable update will be done in accordance with the standards laid down by the Swiss Railways (SR) for train operations, which include the following:A timetable must be updated annually to reflect the number of new trains on the railway, the frequency of the trains, the service area, and other relevant information.
Train operator tags must be worn on the train door or seat of the affected train.
Train operators will also need to ensure that they have updated their timetable on a periodic basis.
Train operating companies that are not part of the CSDT must have updated timetables, including the railway’s schedule.
There will be no need to re-evaluate train operations or train operating company policies.
Currently, the CSCTL only publishes train schedules in English.
Train operating companies will be required to update their timetable in French, German and Spanish.
With the introduction of this new update, train operating companies and the CSTRL will be able to communicate with each other, which could allow for better communication of train safety, track conditions, train delays and safety and operations.