Network Rail has installed 450 new electric vehicle (EV) charging points at several railway station car parks to encourage more EVs onto the road and "help promote healthier air in and around our stations".
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Network Rail have begun work to install 10,000 tonnes of rock armour alongside a stretch of the Cambrian Line to make it more resilient and reliable.
GCRE have appointed Lee Paxton as the new Director of Rail Operations due to his strong track record of leading operational teams.
Network Rail have been given the go-ahead for a rail upgrade in West Yorkshire which will bring a faster, greener, and better-connected railway for passengers in the North.
Network Rail will invest more than £120 million of Scottish Government funding in the next three years to boost Scotland’s Railway electrification.
The new investment in the East Coast Main Line will result in a more reliable and sustainable rail network.
Network Rail are using the hi-tech weather stations during hot weather to reduce rail delays and the risk of damage.
Network Rail are developing a digital twin of Reading station to improve its carbon emissions and energy performance by around 20 per cent.
The signalling system at Birmingham New Street has been brought up to 21st century standards thanks to a digital overhaul.
HS2 stations will be developed using AI to create a stress-free passenger experience of the future as part of a collaborative project led by OpenSpace Group.
The testing of new digital signalling on the Northern City Line will reduce delays and enable a more reliable service for passengers.
Network Rail will begin to lay foundations that will pave the way for the electrification of the Fife Circle by December 2024.
Three Porterbrook Class 43 Power cars have been retrofitted with the European Train Control System to achieve level 2 testing.
Network Rail staff have come to the aid of rail colleagues in Ukraine by delivering equipment that will help keep Ukrainian railways running.
The UK Centre for Ecology & Hydrology and Keen AI have been working with Network Rail to develop solutions to remotely monitor biodiversity.