Rail jobs

Contracts Manager
£competitive plus benefits package
East Malling - Kent

GROUP BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT DIRECTOR
£ Six figure remuneration package
Flexible location base

MD - Rolling Stock Engineering
£Competitive remuneration and benefits package
East Midlands

Sales Executive
£Competitive – depending on skills and experience
London and the Home Counties

Rail Vehicles Engineer
Paying up to £61,489
Birmingham or London

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Interview - Matthew Crosse

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Former project director for the East Coast re-franchising programme, Matthew Crosse, spoke to Lorna Slade about leading on the highly controversial project; the increased rigour and new innovations at the DfT, and its new Passenger Services directorate

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Take the risk
Is the industry really taking fatigue management seriously enough, asks Philip Hoare. It’s time to pull together on this, he says

What price satisfaction?
With travellers becoming increasingly dissatisfied, there is ample opportunity for transport firms to show they are listening and respond with innovative pricing products, says Dimitris Hiotis

Wi-Fi takes the right track
Ian Reynolds asks whether the huge investment in Wi-Fi will be worth that much to the consumer

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