Making rail more visible to international travellers

August 2011
Railway Gazette International;Aug2011, Vol. 167 Issue 8, p66
Trade Publication
The author asserts that the adoption of the Telematic Applications for Passengers Technical Specification for Interoperability (TAP TSI) should bring the needed standardisation to rail reservation and fulfillment processes in Europe. She explains how more travelers will be encouraged to choose rail for international travels by making timetable and tariff data available in a standardised format. She also offers advise to ensure that rail operators are ready to implement TAP TSI.


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