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SIGNALLING, POWER & TELECOMS p66-71 RTM speaks to Hitachi’s signalling project manager Richard Tomlin about the V-Train 3 tests, while Richard Jones from Frazer-Nash argues that ‘power is nothing without protection and control’.


CRIME PREVENTION & PASSENGER SAFETY p72-75 Chief Inspector Paul Garrett of the British Transport Police on ‘Project Guardian’, aimed at cutting harassment and unwelcome sexual behaviour on London’s public transport network.


PERMANENT WAY & INFRASTRUCTURE p45-65 Full coverage from the National Track Plant Exhibition, a comment piece on the importance of data in track engineering, and an interview with First Capital Connect projects director Ian Duncan-Santiago.


CIVIL ENGINEERING & CONSTRUCTION p39-44 Updates from major civils projects including the Reading upgrade and the Crossrail works at Tottenham Court Road, plus input from leading contractors.


SECTIONS


COMMENT p15-17 Supply chain maps, railway infrastructure spending and forecasting rail demand far into the future are our topics in this section.


TRAINING, JOBS & SKILLS p18-29 Coverage from ‘Next Generation Rail’, plus contributions from the National Apprenticeship Service, The Smallpeice Trust and sector skills council People 1st.


ROLLING STOCK p30-38 The man responsible for fi nancing Siemens’ Thameslink rolling stock project explains the details, and an interview with Southern fl eet director Gerry McFadden.


15-17 COMMENT


CRIME PREVENTION & PASSENGER SAFETY


72-75 EDITORIAL BOARD


Andy Mitchell is the Programme Director for Crossrail. He also directed the Southern Power


Upgrade project and secured funding and consents for the Thameslink programme. Mitchell is also a Fellow of the Institute of Civil Engineers.


2 | rail technology magazine Aug/Sep 13


Lord Tony Berkeley chairs the Rail Freight Group. He is the Secretary of the All- Party Parliamentary


Rail Group, a board member of the European Rail Freight Association, member of the Institution of Civil Engineers and a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Transport.


Dave Mullin is Innovation Programme


Manager at Network Rail. Mullin is also


the non-executive director for SITC (Security Innovation and Technology Consortium).


Neil Andrew


is Head of Systems and Technology at Balfour Beatty Rail. Balfour Beatty is


an international rail engineering, design and construction business.


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