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The first demonstration of the ByteToken ticketing mobile app, designed to aid the flow of passengers at fare gates using Bluetooth LE technology, was held at Thales UK.
Investment in new technology, research and development in rail is key, as RSSB’s CEO Mark Phillips told the Institution of Mechanical Engineers.
The rail industry has come together to highlight the current challenges facing the railway in the digital age, and how technology will help to address them.
New guidance and assessments are set to help companies focus on their people, get to the bottom of errors, and improve safety culture in many train maintenance workshops, according to rail industry body, RSSB.
RSSB is improving the Rail Industry Supplier Qualification Scheme (RISQS) to support supply chain management, in line with the industry’s health and safety strategy.
Rail industry body, RSSB is aiming to stay ‘fit for the future’ by consulting its members on its priorities and work programmes for the years ahead.
The rail industry’s vision of all passengers being able to 'turn up and go' is one step closer following successful project.
Popular online hub for sharing industry knowledge is more user-friendly and intuitive than ever.
Very Light Rail (VLR) will help industry to meet the increasing demand for transport connectivity between regional and rural areas.
Predicting passenger crowding will allow train operators to manage the deployment of staff and rolling stock.
Electrification of the railways is one of the greatest investments in infrastructure in the UK.
Manchester Metropolitan has produced a framework for building software applications to match passengers with the best method and route of transport.
Over 500 people in the rail industry are now using the RSSB Rail Carbon Tool to help reduce the industry’s carbon footprint.
In most cases, train passengers are far safer if they stay inside the carriage than being outside on the live railway. RSSB has published two documents to reduce the risks associated with unplanned evacuations.
Work is almost complete on the first phase of the rail industry’s new on-line safety reporting system, capable of marshalling far greater amounts of incident data, analysis and business intelligence.
RSSB’s trophy cabinet has been filled with a host of new awards in recent weeks, as the industry recognises the work we carry out to deliver a safer, more efficient and sustainable rail system.
The Rail Investigation Summary for November is now available.
Rail has called on its independent industry body RSSB to amplify its thought leadership on core rail safety issues.
Rail passengers could experience fewer delays and better safety thanks to a new approach to managing driver-signaller communication equipment failures, developed by RSSB.
RSSB has teamed up with Network Rail, British Transport Police and Drink Aware to keep Christmas party goers safe on the rail network.
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