Platform Train Interface


    Incidents at the platform train interface (PTI) account for almost half of the total passenger fatality risk on the mainline railway network, and about one-fifth of the overall passenger fatality and weighted injury (FWI) risk. To manage this risk we must acknowledge the PTI as part of the system that makes up the railway and not an isolated issue, and therefore has and will continue to become an important consideration for design, operations, workforce development and passenger behaviour.

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    Platform Train Interface topics

    Stations, Platforms and Trains
    Staff Competence
    Risk Assessment
    Train Stopping Position, Dispatch and Monitoring
    Passenger Behaviour
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