Network Rail’s train testing centre successfully completed dynamic testing of the ETCS on rolling stock last month.
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A new travel guide has been published by Network Rail so that autistic passengers can feel more confident to travel independently by train.
A recent survey released by the Railway Industry Association has revealed that rail professionals feel increasingly confident towards how innovative the rail industry is becoming.
As a first for the UK rail industry, Network Rail has launched a new innovative pilot project that integrates its traffic management system with Great Western Railway’s crew and stock software.
Network Rail has installed 8,000 tonnes of ‘rock armour’ on the Hereford and Abergavenny rail line to protect the future of flood-prone borders’ railway and minimise passenger disruption.
Network Rail and English train operator Northern, have invested £134,000 into the roll out of lifesaving defibrillators across railway stations in the North West.
As more passengers return to rail, Britain's Office of Rail and Road (ORR) is calling for Network Rail to take action to retain a railway which more reflects the train service performance improvements seen during the pandemic.
Network Rail’s Rail Operating Centre (ROC) in York has welcomed its newest workstation as part of a £45 million project to upgrade signalling in the Middlesbrough area.
Network Rail has reached a major green milestone, with 50 per cent of their suppliers now committed to reducing their carbon footprint and tackling climate change.
The East West Rail Alliance has committed to restore habitats along the construction routes to build the East West Rail second phase between Bicester, Bletchley and Milton Keynes.
Network Rail has installed 60 new sustainably powered weather stations, to upkeep passenger and freight movement and safety throughout extreme weather events.
The Office of Rail and Road has published recommendations aimed at boosting Great Britain’s railway signalling market in a package of measures that would allow Network Rail to improve competition between suppliers.
A new Network Rail survey reveals that the British public view the railway as a greener mode of transport, yet many still use cars for travel.
The first emission-free fully electric train has crossed the historic Forth Bridge to commemorate COP26 taking place in Glasgow, with action footage revealed by Network Rail and Vivarail.
Believed to be the furthest civilian drone flight in Britain, the flight marks a huge step forward in terms of how drones can be used to inspect railway infrastructure safely, quickly, and cost-effectively.