• What is the Corridor One-Stop-Shop?

    The Corridor One-Stop Shop (C-OSS) is a joint body which has been designated by the infrastructure managers and allocation body along the Corridor to manage in a single place and in a single operation path requests for freight trains crossing at least one border along the corridor (according to Article 13 of EU Regulation 913/2010).

    On RFC Atlantic Corridor, ADIF has been appointed to execute this task on behalf of the IMs/ABs along the corridor.

  • What is Path Coordination System?

    The “Path Coordination System (PCS)” is an internet-based application for handling international path requests provided by RailNetEurope (RNE). PCS is the mandatory tool for all path requests on PaP and reserve capacity.

  • Where can I find more information about it and get for a free account in PCS?

    All information about PCS can be found under http://pcs.rne.eu
    Content Management System (CMS) http://cms.rne.eu/pcs/documentation provides explanation, support and trainings on PCS. Additionally, you may contact RNE support or your Corridor One-Stop-Shop for any more detailed aid.