Improving passenger journeys across London

We love having the chance to work with some of the world’s biggest public transit authorities to introduce digital solutions that improve quality of life for all.  

One of these is Transport for London (TfL). We’re working with them to introduce our asset and safety management solution as the single system for all nine London Underground lines and London Tramlink.

When we’re done, for the first time in its 157-year history, London Underground will have a single system responsible for optimizing management of every single asset on the network.

With urbanization on the rise and nearly 70% of the world’s population expected to live in cities by 2050, innovative digital solutions can help public transport authorities transform their services, while offering more frequent and reliable journeys for commuters. Our work with TfL will support the continuous improvement of Underground services across London by improving reliability and frequency of services and helping manage increasing passenger numbers created by London’s rapidly growing population.

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Alex Berry

Director of Infrastructure Industry Solutions

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Improving passenger journeys across London

We love having the chance to work with some of the world’s biggest public transit authorities to introduce digital solutions that improve quality of life for all.

Our comprehensive enterprise asset management solution supports the whole lifecycle needs of metro transportation organizations for asset and safety management. It maintains long-term capacity demand and plans capability development, whilst also shaping and delivering infrastructure change projects, managing the assets and systems which underpin delivery of multi-modal transport solutions; and operating day-to-day services.

Delivering one asset system that we can all use in Asset Operations will take us another step forward in our modernization journey. This is integral to our vision of achieving a safer, more reliable and more affordable railway, becoming better for our customers every day.” Peter McNaught, Director of Asset Operations (AO), Transport for London