I apologise for my infrequent posts this month, as I have been mostly focusing on updating the station descriptions on … More Access All Areas and Reading Musings
I am delighted to announce that I am featured in the latest issue of RAIL (Issue 866)! My tiny insert, shown below, is part of a larger article written by railway engineer Gareth Dennis which delves into the risks posed by the platform-train interface (PTI) and the many challenges that prevent an easy solution to issues such as level boarding and accidents.
Continue reading RAIL Magazine Publication
Continuing with upgrading the official SfL map, I am happy to announce that the map now includes unstaffed stations as well as a three-tiered hierarchy describing the degrees of staffing. Coincidentally, today the Office of Rail and Road has released a consultation regarding assisted travel on the National Rail network. The consultation proposes changes to the assistance process in hopes of simplifying bookings and making information more easily accessible and accurate.
Continue reading Staffing and Assisted Travel Consulation
Earlier this summer, the London Assembly Transport Committee launched a consultation asking interested parties to share their views on the future of rail in London, including how to improve rail capacity, frequency and reliability to make sure that the railways are fit-for-purpose in the coming decades. For me, this was an important opportunity to voice my opinions, particularly those involving accessible transport. You can read my response below: Continue reading London Assembly Transport Committee Consultation Response
Here is a little bit about me. This will also be found in the “Introduction” page. My name is Tomas … More Introduction
Welcome to my blog! I will be slowly adding additional pages and resources as I go along. This blog will … More Welcome!