The future railway organisation
March 29 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
How will Britain’s political landscape, technology changes and the continuing need for capacity, impact railway organisations as we currently know them?
What is the best shape and nature of the future railway organisation to bring about sustainable, efficient and successful change?
How do you bring infrastructure and operations together for the benefit of the user?
There are multiple challenges to be addressed in Britain’s railways – arguably the most radical changes lie ahead since the demise of steam and the reconstruction of the railway after the Second World War.
As Britain’s railways see the emergence of new digital technologies, the dawn of HS2 and continuing growth in demand, what will be the implications for rail infrastructure management and train services delivery?
Our specially-selected panel will offer insights from outside the UK, from airport-airline relationships, and from establishing a new organisation to manage a brand new railway such as the Elizabeth Line. Join us to discuss how Britain’s railway needs to adapt to deliver for the future.
Stephen Gardner, Executive VP Planning, Technology & Public Affairs, Amtrak
Andrew Haines, CEO, Civil Aviation Authority (CAA)
Howard Smith, Crossrail Operations Director, Transport for London
* Tickets allocated on a first come first served basis. Limited availability.