Operators turn professional

MAY 11 saw the launch in London of the Institution of Railway Operators. Set up to give formal recognition to the profession of railway operating, IRO aims to recruit 5000 members within five years, according to its first Chairman, the Shadow Strategic Rail Authority’s Technical Director Richard Morris. He told ...

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