UTO target to boost metro capacity


SIGNALLING: Presentations to the IRSE Aspect 2008 conference in London on September 25-26 served to remind delegates not only of the benefits of communications-based train control, but also that it is quite feasible to install CBTC on existing lines without interfering with passenger services. This is because it can be ...

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