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.
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.
As a result of passengers not following COVID-19 regulations, Transport for Wales has partnered with the British Transport Police to enforce requirements.
The Department for Transport (DfT) has announced that from 15 June 2020, it will be mandatory for passengers to wear face coverings when using public transport in England.
Following the theft of hundreds of metres of railway signalling cable, vital journeys for key workers and freight across the UK have been jeopardised.
According to official figures obtained by Absolute Software, the British Transport Police (BTP) recorded a 62 per cent increase in mobile device theft on Britain’s railways over the last two calendar years.
Due to railway metal theft costing £1.4 million in UK taxpayer-money over the last 12 months, Network Rail and the British Transport Police are taking action to tackle stolen metal trading.
The trial will test how effective the use of body cameras is in further improving the safety of Transport for Wales' passengers and staff.
Newly released figures from Network Rail and the British Transport Police show a 30 per cent increase in alcohol-related incidents on the railway.
Following a successful pilot scheme in 2018, 250 more body worn cameras will be rolled out across the Virgin Trains network and will be used by station staff and on-board teams.
Continued metal theft has had a severe impact on the delivery of rail services, with Network Rail reporting an 85 per cent increase in live railway cable theft, resulting in more than 950 hours of delays in England, Wales and Scotland, affecting more than 7,000 journeys.
Network Rail and the British Transport Police (BTP) have launched a new partnership with the English Football League Trust (EFL) and StreetGames to help tackle the increasing number of people risking their lives on the railway.
Network Rail and the British Transport Police (BTP) have warned drone pilots to keep away from the railway or risk being taken to court and facing a £2,500 penalty.