The Future of Rail Signalling: The Transition to ERTMS event

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The Transition to ERTMS - event
The Transition to ERTMS - event

On March 18th those involved with rail signalling in the UK will be gathering in London for The Future of Rail Signalling: The Transition to ERTMS event, which will be bringing together key organisations involved in the changeover, including Network Rail, LeighFisher, CPC Project Services, Thales and ORR, to address a number of important topics.

The day will cover the latest updates on the change to ERTMS, discussing potential issues and pitfalls that might occur with the changeover, and considering who is responsible for the transition.

Attendees at this unique event will get a strategic overview on how to approach the transition and examine the implications for different parties including both freight and passenger trains. At the end of the day everyone will leave with an understanding of how to plan for the transition, how fitment of ETCS to update existing rolling stock will progress, and what you need to know to train and prepare staff.

Join the discussion on how the change can best be implemented and if the transition will ultimately help improve network capacity.

You can save 15% on registration fees for this exciting event courtesy of railwaysignalling.eu – just quote discount code 249RSE when booking.*

You can take a look at The Future of Rail Signalling: The Transition to ERTMS draft programme – you can secure your place at this event by emailing the organisers at conference@thewaterfront.co.uk , or calling 0207 067 1597.

Please follow @WFrail for speaker announcement and related news.

*Please note this discount is applicable to new registrations only and cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount.



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