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George Clark

Engineering Director, Capital Programmes Directorate
London Underground

George Clark Bsc (Hons) FIRSE MIET

Engineering Director, Capital Programmes Directorate

London Underground


Responsible for the engineering across all disciplines within the Capital Programme of London Underground and the technical assurance as defined in the ROGS legislation, he has undertaken rail engineering roles in both the public and private sector during a career of over 30 years.

In his early years he designed, tested and commissioned central control systems for mass transit railways before leading the acceptance of modern processor-based signalling interlocking systems into the Tube and leading an international standards initiative to harmonise signalling interlockings and principles. More recently responsible for the Engineering and Delivery management of major Line Upgrades with modern Communication based Train Control Systems at their heart.

He has published many technical papers on the deployment of modern train control systems and the lessons to be learnt. Currently a member of the IET Railway Knowledge Network and an IRSE Council Member.

George Clark will be speaking at:

Realisation of the future network and lessons learned in delivering CBTC successfully

2016/03/09 09:40 - 10:10

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