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1.1. Definition of Corridor C Corridor Antwerp / Basel / Lyon. Corridor C: total length 1 840 km (including alternative routes), 1 250 km in France, 510 km in Belgium, 70 km in Luxembourg and 8 in Switzerland.

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1 1 definition of corridor c corridor antwerp basel lyon
1.1. Definition of Corridor CCorridor Antwerp / Basel / Lyon
  • Corridor C: total length 1 840 km (including alternative routes),
    • 1 250 km in France,
    • 510 km in Belgium,
    • 70 km in Luxembourg
    • and 8 in Switzerland.
  • The corridor crosses four countries using four different electrification and five different signalisation systems.

Corridor C is a logistic corridor, connecting major industrial poles such as Antwerp, Gent, Liège, the Lorraine and the Lyon regions, with main ports and big consumption markets.

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Belgium
  • Luxembourg
  • France
  • Switzerland
  • +
  • Italy

North Sea

  • Thionville
  • Gembloux
  • Libramont
  • Luxembourg
  • Aarschot
  • Bettembourg
  • Arlon
  • Woippy
  • Metz
  • Namur
  • Ottignies
  • Leuven
  • Remilly
  • Antwerpen
  • Noord

.

  • Basel
  • Mutenz
  • Colmar
  • Pagny
  • Mulhouse
  • Strasbourg
  • Longuyon

.

  • Toul
  • Athus
  • Dinant
  • Bertrix
  • Fleurus
  • Mont St Martin
  • Mechelen
  • Charleroi
  • Chatelet
  • Feluy
  • La Louvière
  • Zeebrugge
  • Gent
  • Balen
  • Brugge
  • Dijon

Main route

Alternative route

  • Lyon Perrache
  • Amberieu en Bugey
  • Corridor D
  • Budapest
  • Corridor D
  • Valencia
  • Sibelin

1.2. Corridor Antwerp / Basel / Lyon

2 2 operational structure of the geie corridor c
2.2. Operational Structure of the GEIE Corridor C

Steering Group

MoU

Assembly

EEIG

Executive Commitee

Workgroup

ETCS

Workgroup

Quality + Interoperability

Subgroup 1

Subgroup

Subgroup 13

Group Security

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3.1. Targets for CC ETCS

Antwerpen

Leuven

Bruxelles

Ottignies

Namur

Athus

Bettembourg

Longuyon

Thionville

Target dates for migration scenario ETCS Level 1 version 2.3.0.

Conflans

Metz

Lérouville

Nancy

Toul

2011

Chalindrey

Mulhouse

Basel

2009-2010

Dijon

2011

2012-2013

2010-2014

Macôn

2016-2017

Ambérieu

2018

Lyon

Sibelin

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