HS2's west-London super hub will be the largest newly-built railway station in the UK, with a mix of high-speed and conventional service platforms.
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Mark Bayley and Fiona Ross have joined the Board of Network Rail with effect from 11 May 2020.
The next stage of Gatwick Airport's £150 million station transformation will soon begin, thanks to innovative ways of working within COVID-19 social distancing safeguards.
Set to be one of the most environmentally-friendly railway stations in the world, HS2’s new Curzon Street 'world class' station in Birmingham has been given planning permission by Birmingham City Council.
After one of two rail lines leading into Drax Power Station, Yorkshire, was flooded, Network Rail worked to keep vital freight moving and keep the UK powered during the COVID-19 crisis.
As Network Rail loses staff to illness and self-isolation during the COVID-19 crisis, a new training centre has been opened to teach both new and returning signallers who will help to keep Britain's railway moving.
GBRf is working closely with Drax Power Station to ensure the continued transportation of vital supplies in order to sustain the provision of electricity to the UK amidst the COVID-19 pandemic.
Network Rail's new traffic figures have revealed that passenger footfall has fallen across some of London's busiest stations by approximately 93 per cent on weekdays, rising to 96 per cent during weekends.
Following the theft of hundreds of metres of railway signalling cable, vital journeys for key workers and freight across the UK have been jeopardised.
Biomass fuel arrives by rail to Yorkshire’s Drax power station, Royal Mail post goes by rail between London and Glasgow, and petrol for West Midlands arrives by rail from Humberside.
In order to ensure that its supply chain is supported as much as possible amid the COVID-19 crisis, Network Rail has introduced immediate supplier payments.
The new Direct Award Contract has been awarded by the Department for Transport to Govia for the continued operation of the Southeastern franchise.
Key workers from Network Rail have enabled more than 370,000 tonnes of freight to be moved in just one week between west London and Cornwall and into and across Wales to support the economy, the NHS, petrol stations and food shops.
Network Rail's Southern Region has appealed to former signallers to help the railway during the crisis as they lose staff to self-isolation and sickness.
In addition to providing stability and certainty on key services and to rail staff, the UK government has issued ticket refund information for passengers during the COVID-19 crisis.