A-one+ reaches five million hours RIDDOR free in Area 12

A-one+ has reported reaching five million hours RIDDOR free, following a ‘consistent and rigorous’ effort towards eliminating risk in Area 12 of the strategic network. All staff have been encouraged to focus on individual behaviour and responsibility, enabling them to address risk before it becomes an incident. This is part of a company-wide award-winning Wellbeing, […]

Cameras installed at level crossings to catch dangerous drivers

Network Rail’s announced it’s installing cameras at 13 level crossings on the part of the network used by Greater Anglia in order to catch people trying to cross tracks once warning lights have started flashing. The red light safety enforcement cameras are used to identify vehicles that fail to stop at level crossings and capture […]

Volvo and Waymo working on electric ride hailing service

Carmaker Volvo has agreed a deal with Google’s driverless car division Waymo to develop an electric driverless ride-hailing service. The companies aim to integrate Waymo’s fully self-driving technology – the Waymo Driver – into what they call “an all-new mobility-focused platform”. Volvo is also including its partners Polestar and Lynk & Co in the project. […]


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