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              The modal shift: Does more rail provision mean fewer carbon emissions?

              4 March 2020 | By

              For our ‘Improving Rail’s Environmental Impact’ series, Jeremy Long, Chief Executive Officer - European Business of MTR Corporation, discusses increased passenger awareness of sustainable travel and how this culture shift is resulting in more people choosing to travel by rail, compared to other modes of transportation.

              Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane’s approach to sustainable transport

              28 February 2020 | By ,

              Italy’s largest transport company, the Ferrovie dello Stato Italiane Group, is taking a sustainable approach both in its strategies and in its daily activities, with rail transport playing a key role in achieving wider company objectives. Lorenzo Radice, Head of Sustainability and Valerio Birindelli, Sustainability Expert, explain more.

              KeTech creates and introduces situationally?aware?C-DAS

              25 February 2020 | By

              The long-term deployment plan for ETCS (the European Train Control System) is only part of the overall digital railway programme, with the other parts including traffic management, automatic train operation (ATO), telecoms and a Connected Driver Advisory System (C-DAS) to support drivers with the delivery of?operational performance and energy efficiency.

              Is the railway sufficiently prepared for a cyber-attack?

              24 February 2020 | By

              Ian Maxwell, Head of Train Control Systems at the UK’s Office of Rail and Road (ORR), provides an insight into the differences between external and internal cyber incidents, and how Britain’s rail industry must adapt in order to protect itself from both.