The human face of interoperability

INTRO: Much of the discussion surrounding cross-border operation of passenger and freight trains is focused on technical issues of traction supply and signalling. Lesley Hodsdon* reports on the related need for training staff to deal with foreign languages, differences in rulebook principles and route knowledgeTHE RATIONALE for interoperability is to ...

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