Safety concerns over MTR’s new signalling system means likely delay in bringing it online after crash

Progress in upgrading the signalling system on two of Hong Kong’s busiest metro lines has been left in limbo, and off-hours tests are suspended until further notice because of safety concerns arising from Monday’s crash.The accident, which took place between Central and Admiralty stations at 3am, occurred as MTR Corporation employees were testing the new signalling system on the Tsuen Wan line.The system, supplied by French company Thales and known as SelTrac, is also to be installed on six…

source https://www.scmp.com/news/hong-kong/transport/article/3002238/safety-concerns-over-mtrs-new-signalling-system-means

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