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TOC Ability will also be designed to meet international governance standards for data protection, including compliance with the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation Act in respect of sharing sensitive customer data.Atkins is working in collaboration with industry and academic partners as part of the TOC Ability consortium that includes Transport for London, Arriva UK Trains, Goss Consultancy, Enable i D, University of Surrey and Loughborough University.The system is designed for urban network traffic flows including pedestrians, bicyclists, and transit.It responds to real-time events on demand for all mobility types through advanced video detection systems with built-in analytics that detect vehicle types, speed, volumes, queues, and traffic data statistics.North Avenue connects some of Atlanta’s most important destinations, institutions and companies, including Coca-Cola headquarters, AT&T headquarters, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia Department of Transportation, the MARTA North Avenue Station, Ponce City Market, and the Atlanta Beltline.
this digitally-led solution seeks to enable the rail industry to measure and maximise the impact of improvements to customer accessibility, exchanging real-time data about rail journeys between disabled customers and train station staff.
“Around a fifth of disabled people report having difficulties related to their impairment or disability in accessing transport”.
Atkins is part of a seven-partner consortium who are developing a digital platform that is setting out to improve the rail travel experience for disabled passengers in the UK.
The Rail Safety Standards Board (RSSB) co-funded programme will facilitate the sharing of disabled customers’ travel requirements with train operating companies (TOCs) and other service providers.
TOC Ability aims to enhance passenger experience and has the potential to transform the experience of those users that need it most.