The Copenhagen Metro M1/M2 has been in operation for nearly 15 years. It is running with high Service Availability (SA) and with a customer satisfaction which exceeds other public transportation companies, both domestic and foreign and is in line with the best transportation systems in the world.
The demand for public transportation is changing in Copenhagen and the existing metro system is growing older. Metroselskabet is therefore facing new challenges of maintenance and renovation of the assets in the Copenhagen Metro M1/M2 in order to ensure a continuously high level of SA and customer satisfaction.This project analysing a new signalling system is anchored in Metroselskabet’s Investment Programme lead by Programme Manager Britt Skovdal Rasmussen. Project Manager is Matias Sevel Rasmussen. The Investment Programme is controlled by a steering committee where the CEO of Metroselskabet is chairman.