All members

CER brings together more than 70 railway undertakings, their national associations as well as infrastructure managers and vehicle leasing companies. The membership is made up of long-established bodies, new entrants and both private and public enterprises, representing 73% of the rail network length, 77% of the rail freight business and about 93% of rail passenger operations in EU, EFTA and EU accession countries.

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Latvijas Dzelzceļš

The state joint-stock company LDZ is the largest railway in the Baltic countries.

LDZ LATVIA
East Japan Railway Company

JR East is the railway company of the east of Japan.

JR East JAPAN
Israel Railways

Israel Railways corporation Ltd., partner of CER since 2017, is the state-owned principal railway company responsible for all inter-city, commuter, and freight rail transport in Israel.

ISR ISRAEL
Iarnród Éireann

IÉ is the national railway company in Ireland, both providing transport services and managing rail infrastructure.

IRELAND
Hrvatske Željeznice Passenger

HŽ is the Croatian national railway.

HŽ Passenger CROATIA
Hrvatske Željeznice Infrastructure

HŽ is the Croatian national railway.

HŽ Infrastructure CROATIA
Hrvatske Željeznice Cargo

HŽ is the Croatian national railway.

HŽ Cargo CROATIA
HUNGRAIL

The Hungarian Railway Association was established in 2006 with the aim to coordinate national and international activities of its 17 member railway companies, both private and state owned.

HUNGRAIL HUNGARY
Hekurudha Shqiptare

HSH is the railway company of Albania, both providing transport services and managing rail infrastructure.

HSH ALBANIA
High Speed Two

High Speed Two was established in 2009 to advise the UK Government on development of the high speed rail network in Great Britain. HS2 is wholly owned by the UK Government.

HS2 UNITED KINGDOM

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