A series of innovative, high-tech schemes, including an augmented reality project to support people who use sign language on train journeys, will be developed after winning a government-funded competition.
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Following the failure of the current franchise, rail services on the East Coast Main Line are being brought back under government control…
The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has announced it will create an advisory group to support work on potential updates to the guidance that the rail industry uses to form accessibility policies.
The transformation of Gatwick Airport station is a step closer after a planning application was submitted for the major redevelopments…
Efficient rail freight is vital to keep Britain trading, with a direct impact on more than 7 million people employed in the movement of goods. With new technology and other disruptive forces affecting the industry, targets for freight need to be included in the investment strategy…
Transport for London (TfL) have announced that Elizabeth line pay-as-you-go fares within Zones 1-6 will be the same as the fares on existing TfL services, ensuring affordable travel for millions of Londoners when the railway opens through central London in December 2018.
The PQQ passport allows Renfe to express an interest for any future franchise competition in the most competitive market in Europe…
The new train was the first to be driven from Abbey Wood. It entered the new tunnels at Plumstead Portal and travelled under the Thames heading for Connaught Tunnel before returning to Abbey Wood station.
Great Western Railway’s brand new Intercity Express Train has carried passengers for the first time, marking the next stage in the biggest fleet upgrade on the Great Western in 40 years.
Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, has unveiled the latest stage in the government’s investment into Britain’s railways, announcing that £48 billion will be spent on the network over a five-year period.
The UK government has set out details of its £80 million programme to introduce smart ticketing across England and Wales by the end of 2018.
Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, has opened in a new rail academy in the North West of England, which is due to train 500 apprentices over the next five years.
Approximately £7.9 million is on offer to develop cutting-edge ways to improve the UK rail network for passengers in the next round of the Accelerating Innovation in Rail (AIR) scheme, run by the Department for Transport (DfT) in partnership with Innovate UK.
The Department for Transport has announced the release of the ‘draft accessibility action plan’ aimed at improving accessible public transport.
Cambridge’s newest rail station is already helping to speed up journeys for commuters into and out of the city less than two months after opening.