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Infrastructure 150
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Understanding infrastructure
The right connection
Drainage
Low cost, digital-ready
Overseas venture
Station technology

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Industry 150
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Root and branch reform
Get into the zone
Rolling into the future
Move to the cloud
Training

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Passenger safety
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New research reveals stations pose extremely low risk to passengers
White Hart Lane station to get a facelift
Coffee recycling scheme gains national recognition

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Tom Lee becomes RSSB Director of Standards
SilverRail makes strategic appointments
James Hammett becomes MD of UKTram
Capita’s Joseph Infante joins CPC
John Dutton joins Steer Davies Gleave
Trainline: new head of carrier development

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London Midland
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London Midland unveils new research lab to develop rail technologies
ORR sets out safety principles for driver controlled operation
Rail freight industry collaborates to liberate railway capacity
RSSB energy advice could saving the industry £millions

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Mark Phillips RSSB
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The RSSB is in the process of evolving. CEO Mark Phillips talks to Gay Sutton about the industry-wide consultation and his plans for making the organisation more relevant, financially sustainable and well regarded

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Improvement work continues around revamped Birmingham New Street station
c2c staff and volunteers transform station wasteland into flourishing nature trail
New app launched to reduce risk at the platform edge

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industry-news-133
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Alstom to supply €1.8bn of rolling stock and maintenance for Amtrak’s Boston to Washington DC line
New industry-wide Safety Management Intelligence System to go live on 5 December
Abellio retains the East Anglia rail franchise with the promise of major improvements
New security staff begin patrolling Great Northern and Thameslink routes

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RSSB makes two board appointments
Shell/BG exec becomes Wessex route MD
Andy Thomas takes up the reins in Wales
Expertise for Network Rail’s new Property Board

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Climate Change Issue 132
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Britain’s railway is under threat from climate change and must act quickly to avert the economic and physical impact of more severe weather, argues Michael Woods from the industry body RSSB

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