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State-of-the-art Rail Operating Centres (ROCs) are important to a modern railway.
What are they and how do they benefit passengers?
A ROC brings various local, traditional signalling systems into one, large area, managed remotely. We're using up-to-date technology to make managing signalling more efficient and more effective.
Moving signalling control to more modern facilities means increased benefits for passengers:
Our York ROC
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