TfL seeks IT head for Tube upgrade

Hadfield, Will
February 2007
Computer Weekly;2/20/2007, p8
Trade Publication
The article informs that London Underground, an all-electric railway system, is advertising for a head of systems integration to oversee the modernization programme of the entire Tube network. The head of systems integration--a new post--will coordinate the two private sector groups that manage the network with the strategy of Transport for London, London, England (TFL). The person, whosoever gets appointed, will have to deliver the IT systems needed for TFL's six major modernization projects viz. the signaling centre for the Victoria line, the link to Heathrow Airport's Terminal 5, the extension to the East London line, redevelopment in Watford, new interchanges and a proposed cooling system.


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