The Passenger Operations Research Area includes the management, passenger experience, engineering and safety aspects of passenger rail operations. It is overseen by a working group representing ACRI participants who offer research ideas and endorse project proposals, research milestones and final outputs to advance knowledge and inform decision making across the ACRI strategic objectives of safety, efficiency, connectivity and sustainability.

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Research In-Delivery:
PF16A Field Research Overhead Wiring Temperatures
PF29 Railway Reliability, Availability and Maintainability (RAM) Data Collection and Management
PF34 Trackside Robotic Devices – Future Works and Applications
Research Completed:
PF01A Slips, Trips and Falls  – Stage 1
PF01B Slips, Trips and Talls – Stage 2 & 3
PF09 Organisational Capability Maturity Model (OCCM)
PF12 Track Worker Safety (TWS)
PF14 Trespass and Self Harm – PUBLIC
PF15 Slab Track and Ballasted Track Relative Benefits
PF18 Cost Effective Energy Capture for Rail
PF27 Progressive Addition Lenses
PF28 Rail Management During Hot Weather
PF30 Disability Innovations for Rail
PF34 Trackside Robotic Devices

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