Following the closure of part of the Brenner-Bolzano line along due to adverse weather conditions, RFI declared an International Contingency Management (ICM) case along the Scandinavian-Mediterranean RFC on 6 December 2020
RFI as Leading IM, supported by the ScanMed RFC immediately activated the procedure provided for in the ICM Handbook.
Two web/tele-conferences (7 and 8 December) already took place, involving Incident Managers and Communication Managers of the concerned IMs, as well as representative of impacted or otherwise interested RFCs, such as RFC Rhine-Alpine, RFC Mediterranean and, of course as main re-routing of ScanMed RFC, Baltic-Adriatic.
The concerned IMs will inform the Customers on the corrective and mitigation measures discussed during the telcos through the usual channels; additional detailed and updated information can be found on the websites of the most concerned IMs and RFC:
RFI delivered an official press release in Italian, whose translation in English can be downloaded here.
We will keep this page updated
Update 10 December 2020
New RFI press release
Update 14 December 2020 – ICM closed!
On the afternoon of the 14th of December, rail traffic has reached 50% of the full capacity. The ICM-case has been closed.
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