To help increase awareness of the dangers at level crossings, Network Rail is partnering with British Transport Police on a national safety campaign targeted at drivers.
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Network Rail’s fleet will cover a distance of more than four times around the earth to ensure the UK rail network remains safe during autumn.
Zonegreen has deployed a new system that improves safety, protects working personnel and keeps operations running smoothly.
As part of an ongoing drive to improve train performance, Network Rail’s high-tech thermal imaging helicopter recently flew over Surrey to spot and stop potential railway infrastructure faults.
The Australasian Railway Association (ARA) has announced that a new five-year contract has been awarded for the delivery of the ‘Rail Industry Worker Program’ (‘RIW’), the ARA’s national competency management system, on the back of an extensive tender process undertaken by key rail industry organisations.
U.S. freight railroads are taking direct action to protect their employees, customers and infrastructure as Hurricane Florence is predicted to hit the eastern seaboard.
The list of rolling stock, innovations and products making their international debut at InnoTrans 2018 is impressive.
Iskratel’s IoT solution has been deployed for Slovenian Railways and has already prevented four potential rail incidents.
RailVision will reveal its solution suite to the public for the first time at this year´s InnoTrans in Berlin from 18-21 September 2018.
The concept that bare, live conductors of 750 volts run through places of work at ground level is hard to comprehend, however these are the dangers facing depot operatives at third rail depots.
Land Sheriffs are extra hands to assist with general travel and customer enquires but also help in preventing crime and responding to emergencies.
To reduce the number of accidents that occur at Britain’s level crossings, Network Rail has agreed to a new type of warning technology.
The selected individual carries extensive experience in the transport industry and will be initially appointed as a non-executive board member at ORR.
OnTrac Ltd will provide TfL their rail safety products to enable greater efficiency in planning and delivering work on the Elizabeth line.
Public safety will be greatly improved, and 10 additional freight trains will be able to operate, with Network Rail’s new bridge approved.