Leaders Debate - Putting inclusive design at the heart of Midlands transport schemes in partnership with ARUP


Leaders Debate - Putting inclusive design at the heart of Midlands transport schemes in partnership with ARUP

This discussion was centred around the inclusivity for all customers, in stations, on the rolling stock and station infrastructure, highlighting the work that Arup is implementing on the Interchange Stations.

We were joined by industry leaders for this discussion, including:

Giles Pettit, Associate Director, Arup

Martin Phillips, Head of Customer Strategy, East West Railway

Jonathan Chatfield, Head of Railway Strategy & Policy at Rail Delivery Group

Sarah Jones, Senior Consultant, Access and Inclusive Environments, Arup

Neil Smith, Inclusive Design Lead at HS2

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RTM Mag Cover, Feb/March 23


Investing in the future of Scotland's rainforest

This issue highlights the latest topics within the rail industry, from decarbonising the Midlands, improving rail safety, meeting the future priorities of Scotland's Railway & more!                                                      


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TransCityRail is a series of regional, interactive and insightful events across the country bringing together leaders, collaborators, problem solvers and innovators in a creative and invigorating way.

This series of events supports and informs the whole of the rail industry and connects suppliers with buyers, specifiers, leaders and decision-makers looking to procure a wide variety of innovative products and services for their region.


Episode 37 - What does the future of transport look like

This episode of Track Talk sees a discussion with Conservative MP for Milton Keynes South Iain Stewart, Chair of the Transport Committee. The focus of this episode revolves around disruptive technologies within the rail sector, specifically the impact that the new, innovative advancements and trends might have across all modes of transport. The Transport Committee are taking proposals from people in the sector who are in the know about innovations that deserve more attention, so we have given them the platform to discuss the process and hear what the committee is looking for. 

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