Euro-Interlocking promises lower life-cycle costs

INTRO: Europe’s railways are plagued with a host of different mechanical, electrical and electronic interlockings. A pan-European programme to standardise functional requirements and interface specifications will cut costs through the use of common equipment and enable railways to harness emerging technology more easily

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