By joining the SEESARI initiative, the members will contribute to railway development in South East Europe and wider!

SEESARI members are railway operators and infrastructure managers, railway and transport associations, universities and research organizations, manufacturers and suppliers of technical equipment, financial institutions and other interested organizations from South East Europe and wider.

Membership is not limited only to South East Europe, since transport has no boundaries, and includes also members from other countries with transport corridors connected to SEE.
Currently the SEESARI has more than 60 members from 16 countries from South East Europe and wider.

The main SEESARI stakeholders:

Railway operators
Railway infrastructure managers
Research institutions
Railway and transport associations
Universities and research organizations
Manufacturers and suppliers of technical equipment
Financial institutions
National and regional authorities

SEESARI members and stakeholders work in close collaboration to identify, develop and implement innovative solutions for the future European Railway System

Become a member of SEESARI!

our members and partners

The purpose and aim of the SEESARI is to develop, update, and link and to innovate the transportation network in South Eastern Europe (SEE) with a specific focus on rail in close cooperation and coordination, involving all stakeholders.
International Union of Railways - UIC
Community of European Railways - CER
OBB - Austrian Railways
SNCF - French National Railways
Hungarian State Railways Co.
Turkish State Railways
JSC Serbian Railways
Slovakian Railways (ZSSK)
Slovenske železnice
HŽ Putnicki prijevoz
HŽ Cargo d.o.o.
ZPCG - Railway Transport of Montenegro
Bosnia and Herzegovina Railways Public Corporation
Macedonian Railways JSC Skopje
Serbian Train JSC
Serbian Railway Infrastructure JSC
Serbia Cargo JSC
University of Belgrade, The Faculty of Transport and Traffic Engineering
Institute of Traffic and Transport Ljubljana
University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Faculty of Maritime Studies and Transport
European Faculty of Law
Saobraćajni institut CIP
OpenTrack Railway Technology
PTV Austria GmbH
Association of consulting engeneers
IPSA institut ltd
Croatian Association of Railway Engineers
Supra Informatika d.o.o.
Maut Hungarian Road and Rail Society
Metalelektro Measuring Technique Ltd
Wireless Montenegro
University of Craiova
Dept. Transport, Traffic and Logistics, University POLITEHNICA of Bucharest
Belgrade University-Faculty of Mech.Engineering
University of Belgrade-Faculty of Civil Engineering
Fakultet organizacionih nauka
CEP d.o.o.
Institute Mihajlo Pupin, Belgrade
A.B.C.D. Company
RIKO, d.o.o.
Slovenian national builidng and civil engineering institute
Hidroinženiring d.o.o.
Papilot zavod Ljubljana
BSC Kranj, Regionalna agencija
prospex institute vzw