The UK Government's Department for Transport have announced a £3.9 billion boost for their new Network North plan.
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The Office of Rail and Road's annual report has been published this week, reflecting on the rail industry across the year (2022-2023).
The Government have announced a new £5.3 million investment, for innovative accessibility projects across the UK.
The Government have joined forces with Liverpool mayor to transform the rail network, as part of the Network North scheme.
The Government's Department for Transport have laid out the plans for the proposed new Bradford station, as part of the Network North scheme.
Network Rail is making six stations on its Wales and Borders route fully accessible, constructing new footbridges and lifts.
Responding to reports that the second phase of the HS2 scheme between Birmingham and Manchester may be abandoned, reviews by the Railway Industry Association (RIA) on the Department for Transport (DfT) data demonstrates that passenger numbers today are higher than in 2012, when HS2 was first approved. Numbers are returning…
Network Rail has installed the two lift shafts which will be used to provide step-free access at Plumstead station in south east London.
Avanti West Coast has been awarded a long-term contract by DfT following significant improvements across reliability, punctuality and customer satisfaction.
With train manufacturing jobs threatened and factories at risk of closure, RIA has called for the Government to make immediate decisions on the building of rolling stock.
Simpler tap-in tap-out ticketing is set to be introduced across 53 stations in the South East by the end of the year.
As part of the £165 million South West Resilience Programme, work has been completed on a sea wall protecting a vital coastal rail route in Dawlish.