26-28 July, 2017 | Rydges Sydney Central, Sydney, NSW

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4th Annual Rolling Stock Management 2017 - Final Agenda

The 4th Annual Rolling Stock Management Conference for 2017 will provide practical strategies for integrating new fleets into existing networks, managing public-private-partnerships and extending fleet lifecycles through appropriate asset management to improve service delivery for Australia’s growin ...

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Preston Workshop redevelopment: Optimising maintenance operations at Yarra Trams

In this presentation from Rolling Stock 2016, Colin Kingham, Manager of Transformation and Special Projects at Yarra Trams, explores the journey that Yarra Trams  embarked upon to optimise maintenance operations, with a strong focus on the transformational work that has occurred at our Preston Workshop  site.

Developing Leaders for Next Generation

In this presentation from Rolling Stock 2016, Jasbir Tumber General Manager, Fleet Maintenance, Transport Sydney Trains, takes a step back from the technical aspects of rolling stock and explores how to improve the availability and capacity of networks and  the culture and leaders that are needed to herald the change, including: What...

Examining A Developing Major Project To Derive Lessons On How To Incentivise Successful Maintenance Over The Life Of A New Fleet

In this presentation from Rolling Stock 2016, Malcolm Taylor, Head of Technical Information at Crossrail (UK), provides an in-depth analysis of Crossrail’s asset management model, maintenance planning processes and Crossrail’s future endeavours, including:Understanding the Crossrail approach to procuring maintenance as part of the acquisition of a completely new fleetIncentivising cost-effective...

4 steps to better maintenance & improving rolling stock performance

In this article, Martin Donohoe, Technical Executive at Parsons Brinckerhoff, shares insight into light rail maintenance best practices. And in this article, we examine and four steps that operators and maintainers can take to prevent asset failure, extend lifecycles and exceed availability targets at the same time.

Preparing for new rolling stock at Transport for NSW – Procurement & design

Transport for NSW (TfNSW) is in the midst of one the largest infrastructure booms in recent times. From the development of Sydney Metro to preparations for a new Rail Operations Centre (ROC), multiple projects are under way to cater for an increasing population and changing passenger needs.At the same time,...

5 things you should consider to improve the resilience and reliability of rolling stock

This article explores 5 key strategies international and Australian rail operators and owners are using to improve the resilience and reliability of rolling stock and how they are extending fleet lifecycles through effective asset management.

Outcomes for the Remote Condition Monitoring Project at Netherland's Spoorwegen (NS)

In this case study, Falco Mooren, Project Manager at NS explores the specific steps NS has taken to roll-out remote condition monitoring successfully, the major lessons learned from the journey so far and the benefits realised from both an operational and customer perspective. 

Extending the Life of Adelaide’s Metropolitan Diesel Electric Fleet

In this article, Peter Lindqvist,Rolling Stock Engineer at South Australia’s Department of Planning Transport and Infrastructure (DPTI) explores the steps his team is taking to upgrade and maintain rolling stock assets to improve their reliability and stability in the future.