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WS Atkins Rail

WS Atkins Rail has won a £1.6M turnkey contract to fit Railtrack's on-track maintenance vehicles with train protection warning system (TPWS) signalling equipment.

The 20 month project to install TPWS equipment on 64 vehicles begins immediately.

Plans to make London one of the most pedestrian friendly cities in the world have taken a step forward with the introduction of the first diagonal pedestrian crossing on the Transport for London Road Network. The diagonal crossing, at the crossroads between Queenstown Road and Battersea Park Road in Wandsworth, could soon become the norm for many other junctions as part of mayor Ken Livingstone's plans to encourage walking in the capital.

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