Issue #6 2013 – Digital version

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UK & Ireland Profile; France; Signalling & Telecommunications; Bogies; Noise & Vibrations; Interoperability; and much more..

European Railway Review - Issue 6 2013
    Planning ahead to meet future demand
    – Northern Rail: A clear vision for rail in the North
    – Network Rail: Rebuilding for a proper gateway
    – Network Rail: Making the capacity case for HS2
    – First Great Western: New FGW franchise to build on improvements
    – London Overground: Investment, improvement and modernisation at London Overground
    – Translink leads the way in sustainable station development
    – University of Birmingham: Combating the cold weather
    RFF’s impressive rail network modernisation plan
    – Total renewal in Denmark is on time and on budget
    – The European rail industry’s commitment to ERTMS implementation
    – The signalling sector opens the door to the Spanish industry
    FLEXX Compact – the most successful bogie platform for regional and commuter trains
    – Reducing vibrations near railway lines – ways for finding effective measures
    – Industry cooperation needed for a less noisy railway
    – Speech intelligibility in trains
    TAP TSI – improving the customer experience of European rail journeys

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