Engineering Crossrail - the signalling challenge

The first Class 345 Crossrail Line 1 (Elizabeth) train passes by platform 10a at Stratford station London. Credit: By Spsmiler (Own work) [CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

  • Lecture Theatre 6, Babbage Building

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Crossrail is unique in having three signalling systems on board the train: Legacy AWS/TPWS, ETCS and CBTC. 

The new class 345 crossrail trains have already entered service in the eastern section with legacy AWS/TPWS protection. The next stage is ETCS, and then finally CBTC through the tunnel. 

This talk by Tom Godfrey from Bombardier Transportation, will provide an overview of the project from a signalling perspective, including the current status and some insights into the challenges and and how they are being overcome.

Programme

  • Refreshments - 18:30 (room 003)
  • Lecture - 19:00

This event can contribute one hour towards your Continuing Professional Development (CPD) as part of the IET's CPD monitoring scheme.

No booking is required - contact andy.millar@rina.org for more information.

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