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New £1.5 million departure and arrival boards which have LIDAR cameras that can monitor passenger movements in real time are being installed at Euston station.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 07-11 November 2022.
The first of approximately 1,800 freight trains has arrived at HS2’s new Quainton railhead in a move designed to save carbon in construction.
Drone footage has been released of a derailed freight train site in Carlisle where Network Rail are installing an 800-tonne crane to recover the wagons.
Electric wires have been installed between Manchester and Stalybridge as part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade.
As part of a £120 million investment to add resilience and capacity into Scotland’s network, Scotland’s Railway are introducing a new modular feeder station.
Work to install the latest version of ETCS on DB Cargo UK's Class 66 locomotive has marked the start of fitment to freight vehicles in the UK as part of the East Coast Digital Programme.
A new footbridge and signalling system has been installed at Castleford station to help trains run more reliability and keep passengers moving.
Craig Waters, Editor of Global Railway Review, explores what made the headlines in the rail industry during week 31 October-04 November 2022.
Gatwick Airport station has introduced free Wi-Fi to enhance the station experience for passengers.
Network Rail have begun a new phase of electrification on the Midland Main Line between London and Leicester.
ORR’s assessment calls on Network Rail to do more to improve its passenger and freight train performance.
The first phase of work to improve the reliability of swing bridges in Norfolk and Suffolk has been completed.
Network Rail have finished work on 121 overhead electrification structures at Carstairs Junction as part of a wider upgrade project on the junction.