Boagey chairs Railway Engineers Forum

Andrew Boagey is to succeed Lawrie Quinn as chairman of the Railway Engineers Forum.

Boagey joined British Rail in 1983, and has worked within the railway and as a consultant ever since. He is currently working with Transport for London on the engineering and operations planning of Crossrail 2.

The REF acts as an umbrella organisation for rail-focused professional bodies, and says it aims to “foster collaboration, share programming and planning of events and gain consensus within the professional railway engineering and operating community”.

Boagey said: “There has never been a better time to join the railway industry, but we still have work to do to ensure that the profession offers the best possible access and pathways for energetic, hard-working young professionals. Career structure and development support have to be excellent if we are to attract and keep the best entrants.”

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