Network Rail’s work to install the new railway footbridge on Glasgow's southside is part of the Glasgow to Barrhead electrification project.
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The RIA have launched RailDecarb23, a campaign calling on the UK Government to accelerate plans to decarbonise rail.
The track at Glasgow Central's platform 1 is set to be upgraded as part of a £1.2 million 10-week programme.
SaaS firm eviFile has supercharged SPL Powerlines UK’s work on Key Output 1a (KO1a) – which was a continuation from the wider project KO1, part of Network Rail’s Midland Main Line electrification upgrade.
Network Rail are continuing the multi-million-pound Ebbw Vale upgrade with platform construction work at both Llanhilleth and Newbridge stations.
As part of the £116 million Scottish Government funded Levenmouth Rail Link project, work has started on the new Leven station.
Network Rail are investing £2 million in a reliability upgrade for track in a 175-year-old Staffordshire tunnel.
Network Rail have supplied eight railway bridges and 30 bridge support tower and tunnel repair systems to support rail colleagues in Ukraine.
Network Rail have announced the four alliance partners who will form the Southern Integrated Delivery 2024-2034.
New research has shown that a rail enhancement project in Britain, the Midlands Rail Hub, would lead to 30 million more miles being travelled by passengers on the region’s trains each year.
Great Western Railway has completed the purchase of a number of assets from Vivarail relating to the development of high-performance battery and FastCharge technology.
Network Rail have released new images showing crucial work on the billion-pound East Coast Digital Programme.
A £6 million investment to deliver more reliable journeys for passengers travelling along the East Coast Main Line through Durham station has been completed.
Network Rail is carrying out major refurbishment work on the 170-year-old Chepstow Viaduct as part of a wider package of work to secure the future of the Severn Estuary line.
After previously being delayed, the publication of rail funding for Control Period 7 (April 2024 to March 2029) has been welcomed by RIA Scotland.