Fuzzy Model for Assessing the Scope of Work of Railway Passanger Transport Undertaking

Aleksandar Blagojević, Iskra Stojanova, Marko Subotić, Veljko Radičević


The main objective of the European policy of rail transport is the development of a single railway area. The opening of the railway sector to market competition impose that railway undertakings behave like any other modern enterprises in other markets and in other industries. It means, they must constantly develop and maintain competitive advantages, and be better than others. In today’s very intense competition conditions, this is the most difficult to achieve. The railway undertakings are challenged to find optimal solutions to operate efficiently and effectively, in order not only to survive on the transport market, but also to develop and maintain a competitive advantage. The paper developed innovative model for the evaluation of efficiency of railway operators for passenger transport assessing the scope of work of railway undertakings that can greatly help to increase the competitive ability of railway undertakings in the single railway market. The developed models allow the integration of indicator groups (resources, operational, financial, quality and safety indicators) into a single assessment of the scope of work of railway undertakings and also allow the provision of information about the corrective actions that can improve the scope of work of the railway undertaking. The proposed model has been tested on actual examples, e.g. railway undertaking Railways of Republic of Srpska. The analysis of the results shows exceptional suitability for use of developed approach for assessing the scope of work of railway undertakings.

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.7251/JTTTP1801015B


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ISSN: 2490-3477 (Print), 2490-3485 (Online)

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Published by .............. Pan-European University ’’Apeiron’’ Banja Luka
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Editor of University Publications .............. Aleksandra Vidović, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Editor in Chief.............. Danislav Drašković

Editors.............. Tomislav Vujinović, Zoran Ž. Avramović

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Technical Editors .............. Sretko Bojić

Editorial Board

Drago Talijan (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Mirsad Kulović (USA)
Vuk Bogdanović (Serbia)
Pavle Gladović (Serbia)
Gradimir Stefanović (United Kingdom- Great Britain)
Krsto Lipovac (Serbia)
Lee D. Han (USA)
Jadranka Jović (Serbia)
Milija Radović (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Milan Vujanić (Serbia)
Nataša Gojković- Bukvić (Italy)
Dragutin Jovanović (Serbia)
Milenko Čabarkapa (Montenegro)
Jurij Kolenc (Slovenia)
Fuad Klisura (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Milan Tešić (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Bojan Marić (Bosnia and Hercegovina)
Marko Subotić (Bosnia and Hercegovina)

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Traffic and Transport Theory and Practice (TTTP) Journal is registered with the Ministry of Science and Technology of the Republic of Srpska by serial registration code 07.06/053-19/2016-1, date 07.  03. 2016. Traffic and Transport Theory and Practice (TTTP) Journal (ISSN 2490-3477-Print, 2490-3485 (Online) is an international journal published two time a year.

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