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University of Huddersfield researchers have outlined how they have optimised London’s upcoming Elizabeth line underground route to lower maintenance costs associated with the inevitable wear and tear of having so many trains run across the tracks every day. The new £14.8bn Elizabeth line is expected to become operational in December 2018 and will carry an estimated 200 million passengers a year. At the University’s Institute of Railway Research (IRR), assistant director Dr Paul Allen has ...
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