London Underground driverless train study seeks platform edge door alternatives

Passengers on London Underground's Piccadilly Line wearing coronavirus face coverings

UK: As part of a study into the feasibility of introducing driverless trains on the London Underground, Transport for London is seeking information about technologies that could mitigate platform-train interface risks in the absence of platform edge doors.

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