The International Rail Transport Committee (CIT) is an association of some 216 railway undertakings and shipping companies which provide international passenger and/or freight services. 130 organisations are members in their own right, 80 organisations are linked indirectly by being members of CIT associate members. The CIT is an association under Swiss law (Article 60 et seq. ZGB [Swiss Code of Civil Law]) and is based in Bern.
Thanks to the reissue of CIT products in electronic form, the presentation of documents has been modernised and above all the documents are much more user-friendly.
Several products were already reissued according the new system: GLV-CIM, GTM-CIT , GLW-CUV and GTW-CIT (1 January 2017), MIRT and AIV (9 December 2018), GLV-CIM/SMGS, GR-CIM/SMGS , GTC-CIM and GTC-EurAsia (1 January 2019).
Now are interactive forms also certified.
The remaining CIT documentation will be reissued by the end of 2019.
CIT and IRU are delighted to invite you to join the Workshop on International Road-Rail Transport which will take place on the 28th of February 2019 in Bettembourg, Luxembourg.
CIT-Info 4/2018 [PDF]
- Digitalisation: a core focus for CIT
- Digitalisation and multimodality in passenger traffic
- Work progresses on the “Legal interoperability between CIV/SMPS” project
- Revision PRM
- Revision PRR
- CIM Working group
- 5th Multimodality Committee
- 26th CUI Committee
- Law and practice
- CIT Itself
- CIT Chairman’s speech
- CIT Calender
Annual Report 2017 [PDF]
We are very pleased to present you the CIT’s Annual Report 2017.
The CIT had a successful year in 2017. We were able to publish a range of new or updated CIT products for freight, passenger and multimodal transport.
The Annual Report 2017 gives you an overview of this work.
Guideline CMR-CIM-SMGS [PDF]
Date April 2017
The CIT and IRU developed a Guideline on the CMR-CIM-SMGS liability regimes. The aim is to publish a comparison between international rail (COTIF/CIM and SMGS) and international road transport law (CMR).
The particular added value of this comparison of legal regimes is that it includes, for the first time, both the CIM and the SMGS provisions, and the comparison extends in geographical terms beyond the scope of COTIF/CIM to that of the SMGS.