Conference

RAILcph 2020 May 18 will be suspended to November 11.

Due to the current coronavirus situation, COVID-19, we have decided to suspend the RAILcph conference until Autumn.

We have reached this decision because a large conference like RAILcph, gathering up to 700-800, will still potentially pose a health risk mid May. And, we want to be on the safe side.

In case you have already bought your ticket and/or booked a stand, we offer a full refund.

To enable this, please contact us by mail conference@banebranchen.dk or phone +45 25 94 22 36.

However, we still hope that despite the date being moved further away, you will be happy to join us. In that case, you don’t have to take any action and we will keep you updated!

We are still looking very much forward to welcoming all participants to RAILcph 2020,

on November 11th, in Tivoli Congress Centre, Copenhagen.


Every year, Banebranchen arranges a big railway conference assembling the primary actors within the Danish rail sector.
In 2019, more than 650 people participated at the Railcph – so it is the place to have your company both seen and heard.
At the conference, some of the most significant people – politicians, industrials and researchers – will inform about the challenges and possible solutions for the Danish heavy and light rail sectors.

The conference is an assembly for collegial networks and exchanges of information.
That is why the conference addresses all relevant parties in the Danish rail sector, e.g.:

  • Danish and foreign railway professionals
  • Employees from municipalities, regions and government who work within the railway field
  • Consultants, Suppliers and Contractors within the sector
  • Students who are interested in the Danish rail sector

The 8 main tracks of the conference:

  • Across the Øresund
  • Innovation
  • Mega Projects
  • Metro & Light Rail
  • Rolling Stock & Workshops
  • Technology
  • Operators & operations
  • Cyber- & Railway Safety

You can find Conference Programmes including their presentations from previous years on the Railcph website.