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A new report published by RSSB could lead to savings for the rail industry up to £2.5million a year, by reducing the disruption associated with broken down trains.
A strategy to increase capacity on Britain’s railways by running trains closer together has been published by RSSB.
Energy savings potentially worth millions every year to the rail industry are highlighted in new guidance published today by the RSSB.
The procurement process for service providers to RISQS, the UK railway supplier prequalification scheme, has taken a major step forward as RSSB selected bidders to enter detailed negotiations.
RSSB’s latest research is designed to support train drivers moving from conventional to modern signalling systems.
RSSB, through the Rail Research UK Association (RRUKA), is funding four new projects to improve the safety and speed of boarding and alighting trains.
Guards at South West Trains are trying out a new app designed to allow rail staff to easily access the Rule Book on their smartphones, as part of an RSSB-led project.
A new integrated database, named R2, has launched replacing the Rolling Stock Library and Rail Vehicle Records System.
New guidance could make it easier for rail companies to specify complex software for safety-critical systems according to rail industry body, RSSB.
A new quick-start guide to help rail companies implement and procure occupational health programmes has been launched by RSSB at the rail industry’s health and wellbeing conference today.
State-of-the-art risk monitoring technology could soon be used to pinpoint faster, targeted improvements to safety and reliability on Britain’s railways at the push of a button, according to the industry’s independen... read more >>>
The world’s first modular glass-fibre, reinforced plastic bridge has been launched by Arup with part-funding from the RSSB Rail Innovation Support Engine (RISE) scheme.
The RSSB Innovation Programme is pleased to announce the winners of its Train Operator Competition 2016 (TOC’16) who will now take their projects forward to the next stage of developm... read more >>>
The latest scheduled quarterly update to standards and the Rule Book has been published by RSSB. This includes 4 new or reclassified standards, 2 updated, 2 new Guidance Notes, and 14 withdrawn or replaced documents.... read more >>>
Chiltern Railways is helping to test an innovative powertrain demonstrator for self-powered rail vehicles, as part of a wider powertrain competiti... read more >>>
Risks at stations could be reduced by rail staff talking themselves through safety critical processes, according to rail industry body RSSB.
RSSB has assisted the Cross Industry Remote Condition Monitoring Strategy Group in its submission for cross-industry automatic vehicle identification (AVI) funding in Control Period 6 (2019-2024). The outputs from RSS... read more >>>
Japanese Railway – Central (JR-Central) has seconded one of its engineers to RSSB, allowing cross-industry learning, cooperation and improvemen... read more >>>
In 2014, luggage was a factor in 1,153 reported injuries, some 10.7% of all injuries. Reducing this risk will improve safety for passengers and staff, and reduce liability costs.
The rail industry’s vision of all passengers being able to 'turn up and go' is one step closer following successful project.
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