After 15 successful years, Jeremy Long has announced he is to retire as CEO – European Business at MTR on 30 September 2020.
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For our ‘Improving Rail’s Environmental Impact’ series, Jeremy Long, Chief Executive Officer - European Business of MTR Corporation, discusses increased passenger awareness of sustainable travel and how this culture shift is resulting in more people choosing to travel by rail, compared to other modes of transportation.
As commuters begin to consider the environmental impacts of their travel more, Jeremy Long, CEO of European Business for the MTR Corporation, discusses how the rail industry can build on its current strengths to become the travel mode of choice for more passengers.
Metro Trains Melbourne hosted the experts from MTR Elizabeth Line and MTR Nordic Group to share expertise, gain insights and experiences into passenger experience initiatives across their respective countries.
Taking over from Virgin, First Trenitalia will run services on the West Coast Main Line, with passengers set to benefit from more seats, extra services, simplified fares and station upgrades.
For the fourth consecutive year, MTR has been rated the best railway operator in the 2019 Swedish Quality Index survey with over 90 per cent passenger satisfaction.
MyHeadsapp, MTR Nordic’s new travel app, is providing travellers in Stockholm with personalised travel information and updates. Jeremy Long, CEO European Business at MTR Corporation explains how this technology is helping to improve the end-to-end journey experience for passengers.
To meet increased demand for mobility in Hong Kong and further enhance the customer experience, MTR Corporation is adopting state-of-the-art signalling technology and advanced train control facilities. For Global Railway Review, Adi Lau, Operations Director, and Gordon Lam, Chief Signal Engineer – Operations, explain that the scale and critical importance…
MTR created the app using a 4,000-strong passenger survey together with in-depth analysis of travel patterns and traffic disruptions.
After seeking up-to-date high-speed rail expertise, MTR selects Renfe as its partner for the West Coast Partnership bid.
Conventional rail signalling can no longer deliver the capacity required to match growing passenger and freight numbers. Digital signalling and train control must be deployed to help maximise capacity and increase reliability and safety. However, the move from traditional to digital systems is not easy. Read on to find out…
The high-speed link (HSR) offers new facilities, smoother travel and shorter journey times between Hong Kong and Mainland China.
A ‘safe and sound’ confirmation received from the Hong Kong Government signifies the required statutory inspections and testing have been completed.