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The impact of automatic train protection on ways of working in Australian rail: Preliminary findings from the driver perspective
conference contributionposted on 20.07.2018, 00:00 by T Young, Anjum Naweed
Automatic Train Protection (ATP) systems monitor and control train movements independently of the driver to provide increased safety. However, few studies have investigated the impact that ATP has had on the driver. Given ATP uptake, there is a need to fill this research gap. Using interviews, this study investigated the impact of ATP on traditional train driving in the Australian context. Preliminary findings suggest that uses of ATP are multifarious from the driver perspective and raise further questions for study.