DB Cargo UK have hosted cross industry talks about the future of international rail freight, discussing ways to increase the volume of rail freight through the Channel Tunnel.
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After a near collision between a passenger train and two cars at Coltishall Lane user worked level crossing, the RAIB have released several recommendations.
The ORR has set out the key decisions needed for the successful delivery of the West Coast Main Line and East Coast Main Line timetable projects.
In First of a Kind’s sixth year, the UK Government is making £7.6 million available to support cutting-edge ideas for rail innovation.
The RIA has called for the DfT to publish the RNEP, which has not been updated in 900 days despite the government committing to annually update it.
The RIA have welcomed positive statistics from the DfT that show national rail passengers reached 80 per cent of pre pandemic levels on 18 March 2022.
As part of a UK government programme to boost inclusivity across the transportation network, Atkins have completed the 1,000th stations accessibility audit.
Govia Thameslink Railway have been awarded a National Rail Contract to continue operating the UK’s largest rail network; the Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern rail services.
A rail freight terminal in Northamptonshire has become the first in the UK to demonstrate an electrification system, boosting plans to reach net zero.
Rail journeys increased to 285 million in Britain over October and December 2021, marking the highest number of passenger journeys since January to March 2020.
The investment will deliver track side upgrades, platform extensions for longer trains and bigger depots across the regions.
Now that work from home restrictions in the UK have been lifted, a new rewards website has been launched to entice customers back to rail and to encourage commuters to make the most of their journey.
Passengers across the North West of England are one step closer to faster, greener and more reliable train services as the Bill for the next phase of HS2 is handed to Parliament.
Quieter train journeys are set to become the norm after the UK government has announced it will identify and remove repetitive and unnecessary on-board announcements on trains in England.
Chiltern Railways will continue operating its existing services for another six years, and will give them opportunity to continue plans for decarbonisation, fleet modernisation and improving customer experience.