Atkins’ Client Director for Strategic Rail in UK and Europe, Tom Meacock, describes how the rail sector is coping during this period of technological change and what trends he considers will continue to disrupt the future of rail.
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The days of paper rail tickets being used in Britain could be numbered as more passengers than ever before are opting for smart tickets.
The railways across the Nordic region are already some of the world’s most efficient and forward-thinking networks. But with increased passenger and freight demand, plus industry requirements to be more sustainable, the region’s railways must continue to invest and adapt to safeguard its future. This Leaders’ Debate gives key industry…
Historically a lack of investment in digital technology and connectivity, coupled with outdated attitudes from those at the top, has seen the rail industry unable to keep up with modern, digital customer expectations. Global Railway Review speaks to Peter Gough, Managing Partner and Founder of ORM, to discuss the ways…
New changes have been announced by the UK's Department for Transport (DfT) that will give passengers simpler, cheaper fares thanks to an overhaul of the ticketing process.
Passengers have yet again awarded ?BB 'very good' and 'good' ratings when asked about the services provided by the operator and ranked safety and punctuality very highly.
Queues in stations could be a thing of the past with new smart ticketing technology which detects an app on individuals smart phones and charges them automatically.
In the second interview for Global Railway Review’s Women Inspiring Rail series, Harriet Berwick, Product Manager at SilverRail Technologies, discusses her proudest moments in rail so far and who has been an inspiration during her rail career.
Following the award of the Wales and Borders rail franchise to Transport for Wales in 2018, the train operating company partnered with ORM to design and build a new marketing website. With a hard deadline agreed for the franchise handover, a new platform was delivered in under 10 weeks.
In a world first for an international rail company, Eurostar offers a more seamless alternative regarding buying and storing tickets.