All articles by Jasleen Mann
Could AI help predict leaves on the line?
The Rail Safety and Standards Board is collaborating with the University of Sheffield on AI technology to predict low adhesion track conditions.
ZeroEyes and United Safety: AI gun detection technology now used for Transport
ZeroEyes announced a strategic partnership with United Safety & Survivability Corporation (United Safety) to increase safety on public transit.
New regulator statistics note decline in train reliability
Statistics suggest that from October to December 2022, 4.5% of all planned trains were cancelled in Britain.
New research suggests electrification possible for 95% of UK freight trains
CILT’s research has highlighted a significant opportunity for the electrification of the UK’s rail network.
The future of rail: automated object inspections
AutoFill strives to overcome inspection inefficiency within the rail industry.
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Network Rail announces partners for £9bn 2024-2034 Southern portfolio
Four partners have been selected for Network Rail’s Works Delivery team.
Trainline suggests passengers saved up to 69% in 2022
When buying train tickets in 2022, British passengers made significant savings according to Trainline.
Travel app Sojo to reward passengers for choosing sustainable transport
How the new journey planner app is enticing users through rewards
First of its kind audio guide to improve accessibility in Bristol Temple Meads
Jasleen Mann learns about Bristol Temple Meads’ efforts to improve accessibility for blind and partially sighted people at the UK railway station, as it becomes the first station managed by Network Rail to have an audio guide readily available for passengers.
Five unexpected uses for decommissioned trains
Sometimes decommissioned trains are refurbished and repurposed in the most unexpected creative ways.