Great Northern, Southeastern, Southern and Thameslink have partnered with the British Transport Police to enforce face covering regulations.
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Following efforts to protect its staff and passengers, TfW has reported a positive behavioural change in passengers wearing face coverings.
The cushions, which feature FlexoFoam's in-house formulation of Fire-Retardant Polyurethane Foam, complies with all FST requirements of EN45545 HL3.
The tunnel, which resembles an airport scanner, works by spraying a person for up to five seconds as they walk through it with a dry, odourless sanitiser, which is proven to disable viruses like COVID-19.
As Network Rail’s investment works are completed, the North Wales line will be better protected from the extreme weather and flooding that has plagued it in recent years.
On annual World Suicide Prevention Day, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has unveiled 'Affirmation Art’ clusters across some of its busiest stations to raise awareness of the company’s ongoing support and understanding to those who may be feeling vulnerable.
The report outlines the need for a wide range of changes and improvements by Network Rail following the Stonehaven tragedy.
The video has been created to remind motorists, cyclists and pedestrians how they should behave at level crossings.
The Code allows for the adoption of a more effective methodology for protecting the facilities and infrastructure of the railway network in Dubai.
Network Rail has launched two independent task forces to help it better manage its massive earthworks (cuttings and embankments) portfolio and its understanding and response to severe weather events.
As a result of passengers not following COVID-19 regulations, Transport for Wales has partnered with the British Transport Police to enforce requirements.
Andrew Haines, Network Rail’s Chief Executive, has vowed to understand the cause and put immediate additional safety measures in place following the derailment near Stonehaven on 12 August 2020 in which three people died and six were injured.
The new feature, which alerts drivers when approaching level crossings, aims to highlight the potential risks of crossings and keep users safe.
An environmental exposure test was recently carried out to determine if extremely cold air temperatures could cause the GURU Plug to nuisance dump. Read more about this here:
The new radio system, Airwave, will help to improve train performance and links with the emergency services by making communication more reliable.