Issue #1 2015 – Digital version

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In this issue: Belgium & the Netherlands, Signalling Supplement, Turkey’s approach to network development, an Interview with Eurostar CEO Nicolas Petrovic, Safety & Security Supplement, plus much more…

European Railway Review - Issue 1 2015
    The OV SAAL project in the Netherlands to improve accessibility and how the Liefkenshoek Rail Link in Belgium is a ‘true passage to Europe’.
    Industry experts take a look at supporting the sector and preparing for the future, plus details about current ERTMS/ETCS operation on the RFI network.
    Süleyman Karaman, Director General of Turkish State Railways (TCDD), explains that resources have been allocated to the country’s railway sector for high-speed projects, the modernisation of the current system, the development of an advanced railway industry, and for restructuring.
    An interview with Eurostar CEO Nicolas Petrovic following the unveiling of the operator’s new e320 trains.
    Martyn Guiver, Head of Crime Management at Northern Rail provides details about how the UK operator approached increasing its CCTV network and operations, plus we look at the SECRET project at how to assess the risks and consequences of EM attacks on rail infrastructure.
  • And much more…

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