Railway Station Capacity Planning

 

Railway Station Capacity Planning refers to planning and modelling for the station environment. Suppliers listed here provide services such as evacuation planning, passenger safety assessments, station design assessments and surface access strategy planning.

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TfL to Re-Open Northern Line Bank Branch

TfL to Re-Open Northern Line Bank Branch

TfL's Northern line Bank branch will re-open on 16 May following a 17-week closure as part of the Bank Station Capacity Upgrade project.

How to Enable Smooth and Safe Passenger Flows in Train Stations

How to Enable Smooth and Safe Passenger Flows in Train Stations

Network Rail adopt a new tool, based on PTV technology, for station planners to analyse detailed passenger movements within their station.

PTV UK and Ireland 21st User Group Innovation Day

PTV UK and Ireland 21st User Group Innovation Day

The PTV UK & Ireland User Group Meeting will be held online on the 23rd November. Join them to learn about the newest PTV software features.

Smart Stations for Intelligent and Responsible Travel

Smart Stations for Intelligent and Responsible Travel

A smart station should be promoted as the primary mode of transport in a city for short and long-distance commutes.

Bridgepoint Acquires a Majority Stake in PTV Group

Bridgepoint Acquires a Majority Stake in PTV Group

Bridgepoint has acquired a stake in PTV Group, the aim is to further expand the company's position as the world's leading software provider.

Simulation: How Much Road Space Do Cars Take?

Simulation: How Much Road Space Do Cars Take?

PTV Group have released a video simulation representing how much road space cars take up along with other modes of transport.

Improved Passenger Information at Train Stations

Improved Passenger Information at Train Stations

The Bentheimer Eisenbah have installed the new version of DatNet Web-DFI passenger information system with better features and tidy layout.

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