Crew have asked for WiFi access at more depots and soon it will be available. In the coming weeks you will start to see Transport WiFi popping up on your device.Continue reading “Coming soon: WiFi at more depots”
iPad upgrades have taken another great step forward, delivering immediate value to Train Crewing thanks to two new improvements courtesy of the Technology Enabled Workforce team.
Firstly, password fatigue is finally a thing of the past thanks to Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA) enabling a single log-in to set you up for continual iPad use, a much-anticipated upgrade.Continue reading “Crew review latest iPad upgrades: SPR in TCSS and MFA”
Improvements to the Tangara fleet are currently being trialled with prototypes for duplicate door buttons running on sets T121 and T13. The new design is the result of collaboration with HSR and RTBU representatives getting on trains and reviewing iterations of the prototype.Continue reading “New door buttons trialled for Tangaras”
Aboriginal staff members at Leppington Stabling Yard, and their families, took people on a journey into their culture for NAIDOC week using smoke, storytelling, art, music, and dance.Continue reading “Sharing and celebration of culture – Get Up! Stand Up! Show Up!”
When Thomas Hancock started with Sydney Trains four and a half years ago, he was working on the railways as a Protection Officer. Now he’s developing technology solutions for Train Crewing. We talk to him about his journey so far.Continue reading “Meet Thomas Hancock – from Protection Officer to digital solutions developer”
Phil Robinson has seen many changes throughout his 31 years as a train driver. With his enduring passion for trains, he has enjoyed every minute of it.
We talk to Phil on the eve of his retirement about his experience working on the railways.Continue reading “Blacktown driver Phil Robinson retires after 32 years’ service”