Production Release 2023.41 was released on 8th October 2023.

This release includes refreshed data from the Signal Site Asset Data Store (SSADS), extracted from source on 30 August 2023.

If you are running alternative scenarios outside of the ‘Complete Workbank’ (id:4435), at the top of the workbank page, please click Asset Data Updated then ‘Rebuild’ to import any changes to interlocking connected assets: ELRs, other locations.

Listed below are the new interlockings added to Rail BI which will need to be manually added to your option areas.

There are a number of TRD changes that will result in new costs. We can provide a list of changes in your route on request so that these can be reviewed if concerned. The previous version of the “Complete Workbank” has been saved here: Rail BI .

If you have any queries regarding your option area and the updated data then please raise a new issue by using the Product Support widget available within Rail BI.

New Interlockings

  • Blackwater (295)
  • Colwich FEP
  • Earley (294)
  • Liskeard NEW
  • Lostwithiel NEW
  • Par NEW
  • Rugeley FEP
  • RYC – Claydon WS – Claydon
  • RYC – Claydon WS – Flyover
  • RYC – Claydon WS – Launton
  • RYC – Claydon WS – Winslow
  • St Austell NEW
  • Truro NEW
  • Wokingham (293)
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