20 October 2015
Network Rail and Eurotunnel become officialy members of the EEIG RFC North Sea - Med
20 March 2014
RFC 1 & RFC 2 inauguration event in Ghent
10 November 2013
RFC 2 is implemented in accordance with Regulation (EU) 913/2010.
21 March 2013
The CEOs of the seven infrastructure managers and allocation bodies which form part of the corridor meet in Luxembourg to create the governance structure of Rail freight corridor 2. The name of the corridor becomes European Economic Interest Grouping Rail freight corridor 2 (EEIG RFC 2).
6 November 2012
The European Commission allocates a subsidy to Corridor C related to the establishment of RFC 2.
14 September 2012
The European Commission allocates a subsidy to Corridor C for the transport market study (Corridor A also benefits from the subsidy for this study as well as other activities).
27 June 2012
Creation of the Railway undertaking advisory group (RAG) and the Terminal advisory group (TAG) by RFC 2 Management board.
The Dutch infrastructure manager, ProRail, joins the EEIG.
9 November 2010
The Regulation (EU) 913/2010 concerning a European network for competitive freight enters into force. It sets the rules for the implementation of rail freight corridors. Corridor 2 (Rotterdam - Antwerp - Luxembourg - Metz - Dijon - Lyon/Basel) must be operational by 10 November 2013.
14 June 2010
Rotterdam declaration: the ministers sign an agreement to extend Corridor C to Rotterdam.
20 October 2009
"C the use, use the C" Corridor C event in Antwerp.
24 August 2008
The European Commission allocates the EEIG Corridor C and the other beneficiaries (SNCB, SNCF and CFL RU) a subsidy of 11,62M€ for ERTMS ground and on-board equipment.
4 July 2008
The European Commission and the European railway organisations sign a second memorandum of understanding to consolidate mutual agreement and speed up the implementation of ERTMS.
10 December 2008
The European Commission allocates the EEIG Corridor C and the other beneficiaries (RFF, CFL IM and RU, Infrabel) a subsidy of 88,3 M€ for ERTMS ground and on-board equipment.
24 October 2007
The Swiss infrastructure manager SBB joins the EEIG.
16 March 2007
Infrastructure managers from France, Belgium and Luxembourg establish a European Economic Interest Grouping (EEIG) named Corridor C.
9 June 2006
The ministers for transport of France, Belgium, Luxembourg and Switzerland sign a letter of intend to introduce ERTMS on Corridor C.
17 March 2005
The European Commission and the European railway organisations sign a Memorandum of understanding, with aim to install ERTMS on 6 European corridors.