More than 15,000 freight locomotives in Britain will be fitted with technology that monitors the condition of wheelsets as part of the safety scheme.
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Network Rail will join freight operators and the RSSB to tackle delays and safety risks in a boost for the UK’s rail freight sector.
ORR will increase the scrutiny of Network Rail’s work on behalf of passengers and taxpayers, as the UK recovers from financial impact of the pandemic.
The Rail Social Value Tool was co-funded by Network Rail and helps to measures the social value of rail investments and infrastructure projects.
Network Rail and the British Transport Police are using new surveillance techniques to stop railway vandals in South Yorkshire.
The new signalling system, which replaces outdated components with digital equipment, will offer Great Northern passengers more reliable journeys to the City of London.
East Midlands Railway have now completed the first phase of a £2 million upgrade to Eastcroft Depot, with the second phase already underway.
The RIA have published a new rail innovation strategy that calls for the sector to overcome barriers to innovation ahead of the transition to Great British Railways.
ORR have published Network Rail’s response on the state of the railway signalling market, with both working together to drive improvements.
Vital Human Resources, along with Network Rail, have seen their Suicide Prevention Patrollers complete their 100th life-saving intervention.
After flood damage caused by Storm Franklin in February, the Cambrian Line between Shrewsbury and Newtown has finally reopened to passengers.
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.
67 per cent of Network Rail suppliers have now signed up to the Science Based Targets initiative to reduce their carbon footprint.
Network Rail and GWR are investing £6.55 million in the construction of three new sidings in Penzance that will help longer trains to run.