Level 1 gets thumbs down

THE THREAT that Britain might be faced with a legal requirement to spend more than £6bn on installing ERTMS Level 1 or 2 on lines where trains exceed 160 km/h before it is fully developed as a reliable product, and before existing signalling is life-expired, has been lifted. On February ...

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