The most significant agreement was a resolution
founding Railway2020, a working group of industry leaders coordinated
by EU transport commissioner Mr Siim Kallas, which will examine
measures to improve the performance of Europe's railways with the aim
of supporting the economic recovery.

Under a second resolution passed at the summit, the CEOs agreed to
lobby the European Commission to strengthen the remit of the ERA,
allowing it to take a more active position in coordinating and
controlling national safety authorities. The CEOs believe the ERA could
play a unique role in guaranteeing operators fair and objective access
to the network, with homogenous legislation, a push towards
interoperability and uniform conditions for newcomers to obtain
licences and safety certificates.

Finally, it was agreed to continue the Innotrack project, which seeks
to improve capacity and productivity of track infrastructure while
reducing costs.