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Best Practice in Track Maintenance Vol. 1 - Infrastructure Management

Florian Auer

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Florian Auer, Best Practice in Track Maintenance Vol. 1 - Infrastructure Management (2018), PMC Media House, Bingen a. Rhein, ISBN: 9783962452124

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Beschreibung / Abstract

Railway infrastructure management is a highly complex issue. Economic, legal, political and especially technical interrelations contribute to this. The aim of the series Best Practice in Track Maintenance is to describe these interrelations in a structured manner for all concerned. Particular attention will be paid to the subject of sustainability.
Volume 1 - Infrastructure Management - provides an overview of the issues that infrastructure management faces, with special consideration to the Single European Railway Area. Best practice examples from Central Europe will be used to demonstrate measures for targeted upgrades and improvements in track maintenance on existing networks. In many places infrastructure managers are confronted with a new generation of managers which will accelerate a new direction in processes. Present-day information and communication technology will make it far easier to collect and present the complex interrelations. Changing views of asset management and life cycle management will help to enable the implementation of a “transparent permanent way” or the “Railway 4.0”.
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Inhaltsverzeichnis

  • Best Practice in Track Maintenance, Vol. 1: Infrastructure Management
  • Contents
  • Preface
  • List of figures
  • 1 Sustainability objectives of infrastructure managers
  • 1.1 Observations on sustainability
  • 1.2 Sustainability in the European Union
  • 1.3 Sustainability – example Deutsche Bahn
  • 1.4 Sustainability – example Austrian Federal Railways
  • 1.5 Sustainability – example Swiss Federal Railways
  • 1.6 Summary
  • 2 Single European Railway Area (SERA)
  • 2.1 European Single Market
  • 2.2 Trans-European Transport Network TEN-T
  • 2.3 The idea of the Single European Railway Area (SERA)
  • 2.4 Green and White Papers for transport
  • 2.5 SERA Directive
  • 2.6 European Union Agency for Railways (ERA)
  • 2.7 Interoperability Directive
  • 2.8 Technical Specifications for Interoperability
  • 2.9 Conformity assessment procedure
  • 2.10 Safety Directive
  • 2.11 Registers
  • 2.12 Technical standards
  • 3 System data and information management
  • 3.1 Integrated system specification
  • 3.2 “Permanent way” as defined for this series of books
  • 3.3 Developing a geodata infrastructure – INSPIRE
  • 3.4 System documentation
  • 3.5 The network model
  • 3.6 Building Information Modelling
  • 3.7 The future – “The Integrated Online Railway Management System
  • 4 Sustainable asset maintenance of the existing network
  • 4.1 The permanent way production function
  • 4.2 Tasks of infrastructure managers
  • 4.3 Maintenance and renewal processes
  • 4.4 Infrastructure system optimisation
  • 4.5 Management processes
  • 4.6 Environmental impact
  • 4.7 Network condition report
  • 4.8 Summary
  • 5 Sustainable upgrade of the railway network
  • 5.1 Systemic procedure
  • 5.2 Transport policy tasks
  • 5.3 Targets from the rail infrastructure manager’s view
  • 5.4 Strategic network planning as shown with the target network 2025
  • 5.5 Integrated regular-interval timetable

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