Speaker Update: George Clark, leader of London Underground’s resignalling project

With 11 lines, 270 stations, 402 km of track and an annual ridership of approximately 1.305 billion, London Underground is one of the world’s largest underground public transit networks (and its first). Despite being over 150 years old, London Underground harnesses some of the industry most advanced technologies.

With Asian metros reaching the age of replacements of their signalling systems, there is an increasing interest to learn from the successful of our European counterparts.

This coming March 22-23, the 18th Annual Asia Pacific Rail 2016 brings you insights into the world’s largest resignalling project.

George ClarkAs the Engineering Director, Capital Programmes, George Clark is responsible for engineering across all disciplines in the delivery of Capital Works on London Underground and for ensuring safe and functional engineering. As a rail engineering veteran with over 30 years’ experience of delivering modern train and control system engineering within London Underground, he has played an instrumental role the brownfield signalling projects of the Jubilee and Northern Lines. Additionally, as London Underground Independent Competent Person (ICP) under ROGs UK legislation, he oversees the development and procurement of the CBTC solution for the “Four Line Modernisation” programme in London.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn from George as he shares insights about how the leading network managing its resignalling projects while minimising its the disruption to the daily operations.

Get your tickets to Asia’s premier rail event, Asia Pacific Rail 2016 today!

George will be speaking on the topic of Insights into the World’s largest re-signalling project: A London Underground case study at Asia Pacific Rail 2016 conference. He will also be joining other signalling experts from MTR Corporation, SMRT Corporation, Land Transport Authority and Bombardier Transportation on the panel: Industry best practices of CBTC signalling projects.

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