Until November 2021, Network Rail and GWR are trialling a new passenger information service that provides enhanced travel information regarding train delays and disruptions.
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As the Rail Network Enhancements Pipeline passes its two year milestone, the Railway Industry Association urges the UK government for an updated plan.
Network Rail has announced that passengers at Birmingham New Street station can now get free and unlimited Wi-Fi that is fast enough to support video calls and streaming.
Trains will continue to run as normal with SE Trains vowing to focus on improving the passenger experience on one of the UK’s busiest commuter networks.
A review commissioned into how Network Rail plans for and delivers engineering works, has found that while there have been some recent improvements, further work is required to minimise disruption to passengers and ensure public money is spent appropriately.
With autumn challenges looming, Transport for Wales and Network Rail are utilising the latest technology to prepare for a growing number of storms and bad weather caused by climate change.
For rail services in and around Manchester, a new timetable has been approved to start in December 2022, mainly focusing on improving rail service performance to provide a reliable passenger journey.
First Minister, Nicola Sturgeon, has visited Glasgow Queen Street station to mark the completion of the £120 million government-funded transformation and milestone for Scotland’s railway.
Network Rail has today launched a fleet of several specialist trains, whose job is to remove and wash away leaf debris across the North West rail route this autumn 2021.
Following the release of the Office of Rail and Road’s latest rail safety report, a warning has been issued due to the increase of level crossing deaths and close calls across Britain.
A new Health and Wellbeing Index has been developed by health economists at RSSB, with aims to identify the impact of health, wellbeing and safety risks to employees in the rail industry.
During National Recycling Week, Govia Thameslink Railway has unveiled a new recycling scheme at Brighton train station, which aims to bolster the rail industry’s commitment to a UK green recovery.
As part of the East Coast Digital Programme, Govia Thameslink Railway has successfully tested one of its Great Northern Moorgate Class 717 trains using the digital in-cab signalling system ETCS level 2.
HS2 Ltd has revealed the colossal logistics operation that is taking place at its logistics hub near Willesden Junction, which will be used to process earth and deliver construction materials.
On World Suicide Prevention Day (10 September 2021), Govia Thameslink Railway has announced it is now offering training to its key partners, to increase the number of people who can identify vulnerable passengers.