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Global Railway Review Issue 5 2022

Issue 5 2022 of Global Railway Review will be going to press on 19 October 2022*. Here is a preview of topics and authors to be featured*:


Ben Ackroyd, Chief Operating Officer at Porterbrook, explores how the increased use of data analytics will be key in delivering better reliability and will play a huge part in retaining passenger growth.


Peter Williams, Fleet and Performance Data Manager at Avanti West Coast, explains how their collaborative and dynamic approach to fleet monitoring and maintenance helps to increase the efficiency, reliability, and the availability of its trains.

  • ROUNDTABLE: Tomorrow’s Train Stations

Industry experts answer questions from the UIC’s Clement Gautier about the transformation of train stations.


SBB’s Markus Halder (Programme Manager Load Management) and Andreas Fuchs (Product Owner Load Control), provide details about the Swiss rail operator’s load management programme, detailing its key areas of activity, current state of play and planned developments.


Reza Kashi, Ahmed Lasisi, Jonathan D. Regehr, explain rail profile performance indicators in relation to rail profile maintenance and delve into why a meaningful set of performance indicators could be crucial for rail asset managers.


Luis Deltregia, José Geraldo Ferreira, Milton Brovini and Mario Eiras Filho from rail freight operator, MRS Logistica, explain how their commitment to sustainability is driving future plans to increase service, while lowering emissions.


With the looming prospect of energy shortages in Europe, Alberto Mazzola, CER Executive Director, and Jacques Dirand, CER Head of Rail Freight Services, explore the importance of European rail freight corridor regulation and investment.


Jez Smith, Rail Data Marketplace (RDM) Programme Lead at the Rail Delivery Group (RDG), writes about the RDM – a service that will provide the tools and frameworks to simplify data sharing between data consumers and the rail industry, opening data up to innovators to develop new tools and services for the industry and its passengers.


A look back at the highlights of InnoTrans 2022.


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