In 1863, an underground railway between Paddington and Farringdon was opened. Dubbed the ‘Metropolitan Line,’ this revolutionary service allowed steam trains to haul nearly 40,000 passengers in gas-lit wooden carriages, between eight stations. It was the start of something extraordinary.
Every year, the Association for Project Management (APM) challenges students and new entrants into Project Management to manage a project based on a real world problem in order to demonstrate and develop key skills.
Last Friday BBC London and a number of Trade Press representatives joined Andy Bell, VP, Urban Rail Signalling Thales UK, and Stuart Harvey Systems Programme Director, London Underground, at the Rail Innovation & Development Centre (RIDC) in Melton