D2 Rail are pleased to announce the appointment of Andy Pepworth to head up its new Capacity Planning team. D2 Rail have been recognised as a trustworthy and innovative programme management provider of Planning, Planning Controls, Information Management and Visualisations, so adding Capacity Planning to its capabilities was a natural progression.
The requirement to understand the impact an engineering planning proposal will have on the train services, is essential for the development of any rail project. The additional of Capacity Planning to the D2 Rail umbrella, will aid the development of rail projects from inception through to delivery and implementation through not only the planning and analysis of current and future railway capacity but also the performance impact an infrastructure and timetable combination will have on train performance.
D2 Rail’s ethos is to add value in every part of business it operates in and Capacity Planning is no different, we have built a new team with a blend of experience and enthusiastic youth to answer some of the most challenging questions in the rail industry such as, how many trains can operate on the railway without impacting other services?
To find out more and get in touch with our Capacity Planning team, please email email@example.com
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