Govia Thameslink Railway's £55 million fleet modernisation programme is working to deliver a range of passenger and technological enhancements.
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Laboratory tests have found that the COVID-19 viruscide being used on Southern, Thameslink and Great Northern trains is successfully working.
The redevelopment of Gatwick Airport's station will improve accessibility, enhance the passenger experience and provide more space for passengers.
After being in operation for a year, Great Northern's Class 717 trains have enabled significant carbon emission savings across the Hertfordshire network.
GTR and Porterbrook’s Project Aurora will see the fleet updated to include real-time passenger information, charging points and performance monitoring technology for improved reliability.
Passengers from three stations in West and East Sussex can now benefit from full length Southern trains thanks to platform extensions.
The introduction of the virucide is the newest measure implemented as part of Govia Thameslink Railway's enhanced COVID-19 cleaning regime.
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.
Govia Thameslink Railway has re-branded three of its trains in new livery to pay homage to the 200,000 NHS and key workers that travel on its network each week.
Stations across the Govia Thameslink Railway, South Western Railway and Southeastern networks have now introduced the sunflower lanyard scheme.
The increase in satisfaction at London Victoria is the biggest jump by any station which has not undergone a major redevelopment or upgrade.
An undercover investigation run by Which? found train company staff are failing to correctly advise passengers that have been delayed and are owed compensation…
11 March 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
The first new Gatwick Express Class 387/2 ELECTROSTAR train has entered passenger service following a ceremony attended by the UK Rail Minister.
11 January 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
Passengers travelling between Gatwick Airport and London can now travel using pay as you go Oyster and Contactless payment methods.