‘Driveability’ describes how easy it is for train drivers to take trains along a particular route safely and reliably. Driveability is influenced by the interaction of the signalling system with the trains being operated.

Driveability can be impacted by planned changes to the infrastructure – such as the track layout, signalling, structures or surrounding environment, or to the types of train operated.

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