Republika Srpska Railways (RS Railways) is a Bosnian-based transport company based in Doboj. The company was founded in 1992 as a joint stock company. ŽRS are the successor of a part of the Yugoslav Railways, which ceased to exist in 1992 on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The original name used during the war in BiH was RS Railways. In 1995, the name was changed to the RS Railways, which together with the FBiH Railways make up the Railways of Bosnia and Herzegovina. ZRS performs domestic and inter-entity, as well as international traffic with Croatia and Serbia. The Republika Srpska Railways headquarters were located in Banja Luka from 1992 to 1996, when the headquarters were moved to Doboj.
She has been a member of the International Railway Union since 1998.
In 2012, the total length of railways in the Republic of Srpska was 425 kilometers, of which 327 kilometers are used.
Locomotives and wagons
Republika Srpska Railways has 33 locomotives in use, as well as 133 passenger and 1430 freight cars.
ZRS has three workshops for repair, maintenance and reconstruction of locomotives and wagons. They are located in Doboj, Prijedor and Banja Luka.