Strathclyde Partnership for Transport is currently carrying out a full modernisation of the Glasgow Subway including introduction of new trains, new signalling and telecommunication systems, station refurbishments, new ticketing and organisational change. The Glasgow Subway is the third oldest in the world having begun operation in 1896 and was last modernised in the 1970s. This event was held on 15 November 2022.
Once complete the modernised system will be fully driverless and the first unattended metro in the UK. The new system will deliver a modern communication based train control system (CBTC) and passenger screen doors.
This seminar provided an overview of the project, some of the challenges already overcome and an update on the current status of the project.
David Fielder, Senior Project Manager, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
David is a Programme Manager with experience across Rail, Nuclear, Power, and Renewables sectors. A chartered mechanical engineer by training, he has specialied in project management of complex multi-disciplinary projects throughout his career with experience both client-side and with designers/consultancy.
Callum Vause, Head of Projects, Strathclyde Partnership for Transport
Callum is a Chartered Engineer with significant experience of leading and managing multi-disciplinary teams to deliver complex projects.
The speakers have very kindly allowed their presented material to be made available for viewing. The slides on Slideshare are now available in our APM resources area and also embedded below for reference.
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