Analysis on the Operation Safety Management Mode of Urban Rail Transit

Jingjing Yang


With the continuous progress and renewal of science and technology in China, great changes have taken place in all aspects of people’s life[1]. The city is growing faster and faster. Economics, human culture and urban connotation have been greatly improved. It can be said that the progress of urban rail transit accelerates the development and prosperity of the city. The progress of rail transit provides people with great convenience. However, the phenomenon of traffic congestion has not been improved. The frequency of traffic accidents has not decreased. Therefore, researchers began to focus on the operation of urban rail transit operation safety management. This paper analyzes and discusses the safety management mode of rail transit, and finally draws a conclusion.


Urban Rail; Transportation; Operation; Safety Management

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