The organisation responsible for light rail safety in the UK is all set to press ahead with its vital work thanks to continued government funding.
Recommendations for effective testing for drugs and alcohol are highlighted in a new guidance document published by the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board.
A new report has highlighted the successful delivery of a wide range of projects aimed at further enhancing light rail safety over the past 12 months.
The Light Rail Safety and Standards Board is forging closer links with the organisation that provides an independent channel for employees to raise their safety concerns.
A comprehensive guide for applying the most recent regulations on the design and management of new or extended tramway systems has been published by the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board.
A series of animated videos look set to provide a boost for light rail safety following their online premiers this week.
Planning for the handover of a multi-million-pound extension to West Midlands Metro looks to have been boosted by a risk assessment process adopted for the light rail sector by the LRSSB.
UKTram, together with the organisation responsible for driving light rail safety, is offering a unique opportunity for a qualified, experienced, and enthusiastic Engineer.
The Light Rail Safety and Standards Board has welcomed the findings of a review into its work to date.
Ensuring the safety of vulnerable people on tramways and similar transit systems is the subject of the latest guidance published by the LRSSB.
Following peer review by an expert panel of UK tramways engineers, key guidance on the maintenance of vital tramway infrastructure has been published by the LRSSB.
A proposed new partnership between the organisation responsible for light rail safety and a well-respected University has the potential to drive innovation across the sector.
A new initiative aimed at developing a cross-sector approach to verification and compliance with regulations has been launched by the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board.
Comprehensive guidance on tram driver selection and recruitment has been published by the Light Rail Safety and Standards Board.
Light rail operators are being urged to review their risk assessments following changes to the Highway Code that come into force on January 29.
An ambitious project to create a fully integrated risk management framework for light rail has been put under the spotlight in a leading trade publication.
The LRSSB has further expanded its online reference library to include an updated version of its guidance for Managing the Wheel-Rail Interface for light rail systems.
Specific guidance on how to manage rail breaks and minimise the resulting disruption to services has been published by the LRSSB.
While 2021 proved a challenge due to the continued impact of the coronavirus pandemic, progress in a number of key areas will see the LRSSB look forward to the year ahead with renewed confidence.