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Issue #4 2015 – Digital version

Posted: 6 August 2015 | | 2 comments

In this issue: Project updates from Austria, Switzerland and Italy, a look at LED station displays, the future for the South East Flexible Ticketing (SEFT) Programme, an update on the development of Birmingham New Street Station, and much more…

European Railway Review - Issue 4 2015
  • AUSTRIA, SWITZERLAND AND ITALY
    Details about the planned high-speed line construction in Italy for later this year, plus project updates on the Ceneri and Semmering Base Tunnels
  • PASSENGER INFORMATION
    A look at the technology behind SBB’s new LED station displays
  • RAIL TICKETING
    Developments and the future for the South East Flexible Ticketing (SEFT) Programme
  • STATION DEVELOPMENTS
    Network Rail’s Project Director Chris Montgomery outlines the final stages of work to be done at Birmingham New Street Station before opening in September 2015
  • And much more…

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2 responses to “Issue #4 2015 – Digital version”

  1. Wim Coenraad says:

    Please abandon the Adobe Flash format for digital content. Following recent and repeated security issues with Flash I have disabled it on all computers and will not reinstall. ERR should promote safe and secure web practices as it does for rail!.

    • Nicholas Jackson says:

      Hi Wim, the system we use to deliver the digital version of the magazine should recognise that you haven’t got Flash installed and display the HTML5 version instead.

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