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March 23, 2023

MTI prepares a law to regulate the railways activity

The Ministry of Transports and Infrastructure (MTI) together with the Romanian Rail Authority and the National rail training center (CENAFER) are working out a draft law meant to regulate the railways activity, such draft having to be finalized in October, Mediafax reports. “We are working to a package of documents together with AFER and CENAFER, which will give stability to the railways for a long period of time. The rail law will regulate the whole activity of the railways and of the institutions subordinated to the ministry,” the under secretary of state from MTI, Constantin Axinia, declared yesterday. He said that the law will regulate problems such as the public and private property of the state, the management of the railways and the relations between the state institutions.

Axinia participated yesterday in the inauguration of a training simulator at CENAFER, a project of EUR 80,000, money provided by the company from its own funds. “The simulator is for the practical activity of the trainees for the jobs of traffic operators,” declared Marius Serban, general director with CENAFER. He stressed that other three simulators will be inaugurated at the centers from Craiova, Galati and Cluj.

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