Organisation

DOT is organised as a partnership (I/S) which is owned in equal shares by DSB, Movia and The Copenhagen Metro.

The organisation of DOT reflects the strategy’s benchmarks. Each benchmark is associated with a DOT group that has the primary responsibility for planning and implementing activities in accordance with the strategy.

The DOT groups are responsible for organising, developing and implementing the joint activities of DOT in their respective business areas. The DOT groups have the participation of relevant employees from DSB, Movia and The Copenhagen Metro.

Once an activity has been completed, it is transferred to the DOT secretariat, which then manages the day-to-day operations on behalf of the companies.

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The Partnership

The partnership is the company’s highest authority and is comprised of the CEOs of DSB, Movia and The Copenhagen Metro.

The partnership meets twice a year. At the partnership meetings, DOT’s overall guidelines are decided, which deal with recommendations from the board and approved budgets, accounts and activity plans.

The Board of Directors

The Board of Directors has overall responsibility for DOT. It sets the company’s strategic framework and ensures progress in relation to the strategy.

The Board of Directors is the highest decision-making body for the company’s day-to-day operations. It follows up on activities and targets, approves recommendations from the DOT groups and makes decisions of significant importance to the company.

The Board of Directors is comprised of Directors from DSB, Movia and The Copenhagen Metro, and meets 8-10 times a year.

DOT groups

The DOT groups are responsible for planning, organising and implementing cross-cutting activities in accordance with the DOT strategy that will make it easier to be a passenger using public transport.

All three companies are represented in the DOT groups, with employees who have professional expertise in the relevant areas.

The DOT groups assess and prioritise potential activities, put together project groups across the companies, and ensure that individual initiatives are implemented within the agreed time and budget. When the DOT groups have completed an activity, it is transferred to the DOT secretariat, which then manages the daily operations.

Day-to-day management

DOT’s daily operations are handled by a smaller independent secretariat, which has three primary tasks.

  1. To support effective processes in DOT groups and the board by planning meeting activities, ensuring relevant meeting material, preparing agendas and minutes and following up on decisions. The secretariat also ensures coordination across DOT groups.
  2. To be responsible for the company’s operating activities. The secretariat ensures that DOT’s platforms work satisfactorily and are accessible to passengers and companies, and are responsible for contract management, trouble-shooting and ongoing improvements.
  3. To handle all matters relating to the administration of the company.

The secretariat consists of six employees and is headed by the secretariat manager.