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D2 Rail Welcomes Danny Boyle to its Project Controls Team

We are pleased to welcome Danny Boyle to the D2 Rail Team, in the position of Train Operators Interface Manager.

Danny will be based at 111 Piccadilly, Manchester, in order to interface with all Train and Freight Operating Companies who operate over the Transpennine route in respect of all signal sighting and driver training issues. He will report to Allan Parker in the Integration team for the West of Leeds.

Danny joins us from Northern Hub, where he occupied a similar role and has over 45 years’ experience in railway operations and safety.

He commenced his railway career in the train driving grades before progressing into Senior Management posts in Area and Regional Traincrew and Operations Management in Freight and Passenger Operating Companies.

Over the last 16 years Danny has worked as an Independent Operations and Safety Management Consultant working with TOCs, FOCs, Network Rail and the Rail Safety and Standards Board.

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