It wasn’t just our sports men and women that were triumphant at the games, the resounding success of the transport infrastructure means those behind it deserve a medal too. But how did the rail industry prepare for and deliver this excellent service during the London 2012 Games?
With leaders from all the primary rail operators involved, learn about the technology, techniques and challenges behind the success and how they will inform future strategies and processes.
Hear how Network Rail ensured the maintenance of its tracks whilst keeping trains running and what innovations ensured the heavy passenger flows kept moving in the stations. Rail operators DLR, London Underground and Southern will also explain their approach to challenges for rolling stock, and the impact the experience has had on their procedures.
This is an afternoon seminar with seminar fees from £125 plus VAT for members.
Key topics covered:
- Engineering challenges of operating the busy and complex Anglia route during the Olympic and Paralympic games
- Technology used to manage heavy passenger flows in major stations
- Specific challenges presented for rolling stock and how they were managed
- What lessons were learnt between the games