Signals Passed at Danger Reports and Data
SPAD Risk Reduction Strategy - Phase 1
In September 2017, RSSB published the first phase of a new SPAD Risk Reduction Strategy which outlines current industry good practice to focus on those areas where the biggest gains can be made to continue to bring the risk down.
This is available to RSSB members only, and will be shared via relevant events, cross-industry groups and local operational interest groups throughout the autumn.
List of multi-SPAD signals from midnight Saturday night until Sunday morning each week. A multi-SPAD signal has had two or more category A SPADs within five years.
Feedback on content is always welcomed at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Latest multi-SPAD signals list:
For previous issues of the multi-SPAD signals list please view the multi-SPAD signals list archive
Monthly SPAD and TPWS updates
A comparison of last month's data with the previous month's, and the current level of SPAD risk compared with that of September 2006.
The following report summarises Signals Passed at Danger (SPAD) performance and Train Protection and Warning System (TPWS) activity:
Category A SPADs on the network
All Category A SPADs on Network Rail's Infrastructure from 1 January 1985 to the most recent. It is updated monthly. These includes all SPADs from 1985 to current - click on the 'data' tab in the spreadsheets.
- 2019 Category A SPAD Data
- 2018 Category A SPAD Data
- 2017 Category A SPAD Data
- 2016 Category A SPAD Data
SPADs by route and operator
SPADs by route and operator, monthly data based on current route structure.
SPADs per MTM (million train miles): monthly data normalised by MTM.