After starting work in February 2022, Network Rail have now completed a £1.8 million improvement programme on the Mallaig Line.
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The request-stop kiosk on the Far North Line will be the first of eight to be rolled out across the Highland route and will allow passengers to access the next planned service electronically.
A TWAO application has been submitted that outlines plans to upgrade seven level crossings as part of the £194m Cambridge re-signalling programme.
EMR have finished £2.56m improvements at Eastcroft depot, which provides essential maintenance for trains that operate right across the country
Network Rail have announced that vital track and signalling upgrades are planned between Ely to Ipswich and Norwich to improve reliability and drive down delays.
Network Rail have started the legal consultation process with its trade unions on maintenance reforms to modernise and improve efficiency.
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.
Network Rail have launched a new taskforce led by independent experts to offer recommendations on how rail can develop its approach to resilience during hot weather.
Network Rail are keeping many services closed as they carry out repair work and safety inspections following the extreme heatwave experienced on Monday and Tuesday.
The first of several new electricity feeder stations is now in place, all as part of a £120 million programme being backed by the Scottish Government.
With an extreme heatwave forecast from 17 July onwards, Network Rail will be using innovative technology to ensure passengers journeys are minimally disrupted.
RIA and Women in Rail have published the 2022 EDI Charter annual which showcases best practice in how to embed an inclusive culture in modern rail organisations.
ORR have released their annual health and safety report which covers the period between 1 April 2021 and 31 March 2022.
The first miles of new electrical overhead wires are now up in Yorkshire for the first time in over 25 years, it is the first step in a cleaner and faster journey for passengers.