David Warburton

Asia Pacific Rail 2016 Event highlights: 10 minutes with David Warburton, Auckland Transport

With more than NZD 2.5 billion to be invested in Auckland’s City Rail Link, did you managed to catch David Warburton, Chief Executive of Auckland Transport‘s presentation on “Rail as the backbone of an integrated transportation ecosystem” at Asia Pacific Rail? Following his exciting session, we sat down with David to find out what are the key challenges and upcoming …

Chua Chong Kheng LTA

Asia Pacific Rail 2016 Event highlights: 10 minutes with LTA’s Chua Chong Kheng

Asia Pacific Rail was once again successfully organized from 22-23 March 2016, gathering over 1,100 attendees from over 400 organizations and 35 countries. After his exciting presentation on Enhancing Singapore’s Rail System – Moving Beyond Rail Network Expansion, we sat down onsite with Mr. Chua Chong Kheng, Infrastructure and Development, Land Transport Authority (LTA), Singapore to find out his key challenges and future plans …

Dirk Ahlborn

Asia Pacific Rail 2016 Event highlights: The Hyperloop Future with Dirk Ahlborn, Hyperloop Transportation Technologies

The first trials of the Hyperloop have started. Did you managed catch Dirk in his keynote slot at Asia Pacific Rail 2016? Here’s a snippet of our interview with him at the show: How’s your California project shaping up? We filed the building permits in the beginning of the year and the land surveying and mapping and depending on the …

Singapore's metro network

Interview with LTA’s Mr Chua Chong Kheng

Singapore’s first MRT train rolled out in 1987, and by 1995, we had North South and East West lines spanning the length and breadth across our island. We have two LRT lines, one was challenging as it is implemented within a matured residential estate. The other was planned and implemented together with our housing programme and it is a showcase of …

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Resignalling metro networks with Richard Wong

As the signalling systems of developed metros in the region reach the age of replacement, rail operators face a key challenge in resignalling. From the design, coordination, migration of the system and the commissioning of the system, the high complexity of the systems and the need to minimise disruption to existing operations, make resignalling a great challenge. Furthermore, as the …

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Raising rail freight efficiency and reliability with Rachel Johnson

Are your freight trains operating at full loads? How efficient are your rail freight operation at interchange terminals? Do you know what the industry best practices for raising freight volumes, cost efficiencies and operations productivity are? Here at Asia Pacific Rail 2016, we gather the region’s leading rail leaders to share their insights and best practices in improving their rail …

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Improving rail efficiency and experience with Auckland Transport’s David Warburton

As we progress towards greener, smarter cities of the future, there is an increasing need for public transport systems to become more efficient. Not only to alleviate the traffic conditions and the number of cars on the road, but also to provide a comfortable experience to the road. To do so, both the central and local government are working together …

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The future of rail ticketing

From token systems to card systems, from individual operator ticketing to an integrated transport ticketing system, rail ticketing has evolved significantly over the years. As we move into the digital age, what lies in the future of rail ticketing? Are we moving towards a card-based or a cloud-based future? When it comes to rail ticketing and fare collection in Singapore, …