South Western Railway have announced a landmark commitment to reach net zero carbon emissions by 2040 at the latest.
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Network Rail have completed the removal of the old station platforms at Cameron Bridge, clearing the way for the next stages of track work.
The East Coast Digital Programme has celebrated the completion of testing with digital signalling for Class 43 trains.
Following severe storms and flooding in early 2022, Network Rail and partners have successfully completed an extreme weather resilience project to minimise future delays and disruption on the Cambrian Line in Wales.
Since the announcement of Queen Elizabeth II’s death on 8 September 2022, the UK rail industry has taken to social media to extend its condolences for the Royal Family.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 29 August-02 September 2022.
Network Rail has relased drone footage showing the extent of flooding to railway tracks in east Manchester. Watch the video footage here.
Completion of modernisation work at Ilford station means Elizabeth line passengers will benefit from step-free access and improved gatelines.
Passengers using the Chiltern main line to travel between Birmingham, Oxford and London will soon benefit from smoother, more reliable journeys.
Network Rail has released information about its continued work to deliver improvements for the East Coast Main Line and Northern City Line.
Romford station has been given an internal upgrade and refurbishment, including an improved entrance hall, ticket office and lift access to Elizabeth line platforms.
Thanks to a joint initiative between Network Rail, the Welsh Government and Breedon, Welsh slate aggregate is being transported from Llandudno to Luton via rail freight for the first time ever.
The £9.5 million investment to extend platforms in Cumbria, alongside Northern’s planned roll out of longer trains, will increase capacity for passengers.
The Ferguslie feeder station was commissioned as part of a £120m investment to boost the electricity supply into the railway network.
A new bridge installed near Deighton railway station, which makes it possible for electric trains to run through the area, is part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade.