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Date/Time Organisation & Location Description
27/10/2010 -
27/10/2010

1700H for 1730H
Railway Interest Group

10th floor of London Underground's offices at 55 Broadway, London SW1H 0B, directly above St James's Park tube station
Could the Rail Industry Benefit from a System-Wide Approach to Reliability?
At the request of the Technical Strategy Advisory Group (TSAG), the cross-industry Reliability Steering Group has commissioned a study into Whole System Reliability. Whilst many people are working hard on improving reliability within their „silos‟, does this produce the most reliable system from the user‟s point of view? This study set out to understand how considering reliability across the whole rail system could improve performance and reduce cost. Fortunately, the industry collects statistics on the causes of unreliability across the system – at least so far as delays are concerned – and this information was used to support interviews with the relevant stakeholders for each area.

 

Title Author Doc Type Doc Date File Type View
Could the Rail Industry Benefit from a System-Wide Approach to Reliability?  Bruce Elliott  Flyer  10/10/2010  pdf   Open