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A second pilot field trial of prototype retro-reflective screens installed at a level crossing in the Adelaide Hills of Callington, South Australia was undertaken in March.

The Australasian Centre for Rail Innovation Experimental field evaluation of the potential effectiveness of a prototype retro-reflective strip or screen installed at level crossings for the purpose of improving the detection by motorists of tabletop carriages and other trains.
A second pilot field trial of prototype retro-reflective screens installed at a level crossing in the Adelaide Hills of Callington, South Australia was undertaken in March.

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Optimising the Interaction between Users and Automated Systems

Posted 16.05.19, at 1:30pm

Public Transport Victoria's Human Factors Team and the Transport Special Interest Group at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society of Australia invite you to a morning of talks on the application of human factors methods and research to inform the integration of users and automated systems. Information Flyer here At…

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EOI open for Inland Rail Public Private Partnership

Posted 29.03.19, at 3:24pm

The Public Private Partnership (PPP) for Inland Rail took a major step forward today with the announcement that Expressions of Interest (EOI) were now open to design, build, finance and maintain the section from Gowrie outside Toowoomba to Kagaru near Beaudesert. This section is the most technically complex of the…

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