Following the publication of the Sustainable Stations: Best Practice Guide, all station managing companies in the UK have pledged their commitment to making the country's railway stations more sustainable.
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In order to meet the government’s legally binding net zero commitments, 15 UK rail industry stakeholders have called for an immediate programme of electrification.
Britain's Transpennine Route Upgrade rail infrastructure programme has reached a major regulatory milestone with the submission of the Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) for the Huddersfield to Westtown (Dewsbury) section.
The 'rail-5G' solution offers a unique opportunity to improve connectivity for rail infrastructure and customers, greatly enhancing the customer experience.
Jamie Burles looks back on how Greater Anglia ensured safe and reliable journeys for its passengers during 2020, which has continued into 2021, whilst simultaneously continuing its development and sustainability efforts.
With the investment coming from the UK government's Restoring Your Railway Fund, the line between Exeter and Okehampton will be re-opened to passengers all year round, instead of just during the summer.
GB Railfreight will operate RIDC Melton, which provides safe and reliable testing environments for new and modified technology within the rail industry, for a total of four years.
The report, commissioned by the UK's Transport Secretary immediately after the Stonehaven incident, includes a range of recommendations to further safeguard the UK's railways from extreme weather.
Upon delivery of the contract, passengers travelling along the Brighton Mainline will be able to benefit from uninterrupted internet and mobile connectivity, including in tunnels and cuttings in the railway.
Thales’ newly developed system removes the reliance on the train driver to watch track-side signals by providing the end user with continuous speed supervision and real-time information about the state of the railway ahead.
GB Railfreight will run over 100 trains from Doncaster and Whitemoor to King's Cross over the course of February to May 2021, representing the largest possession site that GBRf will have contributed to at any one time.
The Railway Industry Association, Rail Alliance and Rail Forum Midlands have set out five key 'asks' to the UK government to ensure that the rail supply chain can support the industry and ensure that Rail Project SPEED is a success.
The next stage of Project SPEED will see the industry pioneer new ways of working to halve the time and reduce the cost of delivering critical infrastructure projects.
ORR's statistics show that the punctuality of all 23 UK operators improved in Q3 of 2020-2021 when compared to 2019-2020, but a total of 11 per cent fewer trains were scheduled.
GBRf and GRS Rail Services have moved over 1.8 million tonnes of aggregates across the UK to support the construction industry in the last five years, and have now extended their existing contract.