About PRIME: Working Arrangments



The modus operandi of PRIME is defined in its Rules of Procedure:


PRIME has three principle working structures:

  1. Plenary

Plenary meetings take place 2 times per year, are attended at high level and are chaired by the Platform co-chairs: Matthew Baldwin (European Commission, DDG DG MOVE and Alain Quinet (DDG SNCF Réseau). More information can be found here .

  1. Subgroups

Subgroups work at operational level on topics identified by PRIME members as priorities.
Subgroups are chaired by different infrastructure managers being the members of the PRIME.
More information can be found here .

  1. Cooperation Platforms

PRIME members may decide to hold joint meetings with other bodies such as the ENRRB (European Network of Rail Regulatory Bodies) or the RU Dialogue (Railway Undertaking's Dialogue) to discuss matters falling within common areas of responsibility and interest.
More information can be found here.