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Grand Central's plans for new Blackpool to London route in 2020 have been confirmed and are expected to facilitate a in major boost for the local economy.
Passengers may soon be able to find out which carriages have available seats, and if the toilets are operational and vacant, before they board the train.
An undercover investigation run by Which? found train company staff are failing to correctly advise passengers that have been delayed and are owed compensation…
The rail sector is changing at rapid pace with numerous innovative digital technologies now playing a crucial role in how tracks are run and maintained. Among these modern infrastructure changes, the development of rolling stock should not be overlooked – the comfort and performance of trains is just as important…
The refurbishment programme, once completed, will improve passenger satisfaction with more comfortable and luxurious trains; encouraging more riders to use the rail network…
Grand Central Rail, which provides a direct train service from London to Yorkshire and the North East, has released a new e-ticketing service.
Railway companies running the East Coast Main Line (ECML) have united to form a dedicated Route Supervisory Board. The board will ensure that a single voice represents customers, holds the rail industry to account and ensures the different elements work together to drive improvements.
Grand Central Railway has been revealed as Britain’s best value long-distance train operator for the fifth year in a row by the National Rail Passenger Survey.
Angel Trains Ltd has delivered the first UK Designated Body (DeBo) certified Class 180 train fitted with the new European Train Control System (ETCS) to Grand Central in readiness for the introduction of the digital signalling system on the East Coast Mainline.
9 March 2017 | By Grand Central Railway
To help make stations a friendlier and safer environment, train operator Grand Central Rail is investing in its fleet and the community in 2017 to improve the capacity and comfort of its services.
30 June 2016 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
Grand Central Railway has been voted as Britain's highest rated long distance train operator for customer satisfaction in the Spring 2016 National Rail Passenger Survey.