Project Arrival helps reduce rail delays

Project Arrival is helping reduce rail delays across Europe.

The Netherlands, Germany and Switzerland are making use of the new software, with the EU providing funding of £2.2m for the project, which uses algorithms to draw up timetables that make  full use of the network’s capacity. Italy, which has seen rail delays reduced by 25% since using the algorithms, is also evaluating the new software to determine if it is suitable for the country’s rail network.

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