LUL - S1035
Location coding system
|Publication Date:||1 August 2018|
This standard applies to anyone needing to understand the LCS coding convention.
This standard is for reference when assigning a Location Code to a new or relocated rail company asset. Location Codes are mandated by a number of standards and processes. For instance, S1041 'Engineering Asset Information' requires that LCS is used in the Asset Register to define each asset's location and S1037 'Computer Aided Design (CAD) Data' requires that LCS is used in file naming, to indicate the location referred to by the model/drawing.
The purpose of this standard is to define how the Location Coding System (LCS) works. It explains the rules for generating and applying the codes.
Note: London Tramlink has its own separate LCS convention (refer to LT-IMS-ENG-060).