South Western Railway have announced a landmark commitment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2040 at the latest.
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At InnoTrans 2022, over 120 rail supply companies from across the UK gathered to promote the UK’s global rail offer.
The rail industry sets out the type of support it hopes to see from the UK government, as Kevin Foster MP is appointed as the new Minister of State for Transport with responsibility for rail.
Anne-Marie Trevelyan has been appointed as the new UK Secretary of State for Transport, and the rail industry has reacted to the news.
Completion of modernisation work at Ilford station means Elizabeth line passengers will benefit from step-free access and improved gatelines.
Midlands Connect has urged local businesses to provide their views about improvements on the Shrewsbury-Black Country-Birmingham rail route.
Romford station has been given an internal upgrade and refurbishment, including an improved entrance hall, ticket office and lift access to Elizabeth line platforms.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 22-26 August 2022.
RIA have responded to newly published national rail passengers’ figures which show 95 per cent of pre-Covid levels are being hit in August.
The signing of a MOU between the UK and Israel follows the successful recent launch of the Elizabeth line, and provides opportunity for British engineers and advisors to share their ingenuity and experiences.
CHSRA have been awarded the grant money to advance its initial electrified service between Downtown Merced and Bakersfield.
Analysis by Midlands Connect shows that trains could run at 90 miles-per-hour along the new route, cutting journey times.
Figures published showing that passenger numbers are close to returning to pre-pandemic levels have been welcomed by the RIA.
In its business plan for 2022/2023, South Western Railway (SWR) have set out how it will aim to meet post-pandemic demands while still delivering improvements for passengers.
Network Rail have started a £30 million investment to reduce congestion on platforms and at ticket gates at London Victoria station.