The UK's ORR has released a new way of measuring punctuality which is hoped will help the industry focus on boosting performance for passengers.
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Toshiba Digital and Consulting Corporation (TDX) and Mitsui, which part-owns Greater Anglia, are providing ‘digital twin’ software to the train operator to plan its rail timetable more efficiently and improve customer convenience.
RegioJet and WESTbahn - two leading Central European open-access train operators - have agreed to partner on the operations of RegioJet trains connecting Vienna, Brno and Prague 4 times a day in each direction.
ScotRail has teamed up with InterpreterNow to introduce a new British Sign Language (BSL) app to Scotland’s Railway, a first for the UK rail industry.
A new report by Campaign for Better Transport stated the ‘transformative’ investment in the Virgin High Frequency (VHF) timetable has underpinned growth.
From April 2019 and as part of an ongoing plan to improve performance and reduce delays, Britain’s train operators and Network Rail will publish new measures of train punctuality.
As modern rail distribution systems are itinerary-driven, providing data to MERITS will enhance the opportunity to sell tickets.
The approval of operation means SBB can move forward with its timetable change; offering more reliable and enjoyable train services.
After disappointing timetable problems in May, TPE, Northern and Network Rail have a strong focus on improving the punctuality of their services.
Rail passengers in East Anglia, if struggling with the machine, can now press a button which will put them through to a real person who can help buy tickets and find the best fares…
The digitalisation of the railway sector is much talked about right now, but RailNetEurope (RNE) – a Vienna-based umbrella organisation for railway infrastructure managers/allocation bodies – has been promoting digital solutions for over a decade. One such example is PCS – RNE’s international Path Coordination System – and in 2016…
According to the latest punctuality figures published by Network Rail, Trenitalia UK-owned train operator c2c has returned to its position as the most punctual operator in Britain.