Train operator London Midland has worked with West Midlands lighting company, Thorlux Lighting, to install a raft of cutting edge technologies at Redditch station.
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Following a successful public campaign in the UK to support charity Crohn’s and Colitis UK (who joined forces with Takeda UK Ltd. to launch ‘Travel with IBD’), London Midland is changing the signage of its accessible toilets to reflect the ‘invisible nature’ of some health conditions.
Two London Midland stations, Rugeley Town and Rugeley Trent Valley, have been adopted by online retailer Amazon.
London Midland is taking steps to reduce anti-social behaviour on its trains by enforcing railway bylaws.
3 December 2015 | By Katie Sadler, Digital Content Producer, Global Railway Review
London Midland will continue to operate services between London, the West Midlands and the North of England until October 2017 and invest £13 million worth of improvements.
24 August 2015 | By Victoria White
Long-term improvements to the railway near Stafford will cause short-term changes to normal services from the close of service on 29 August...
3 December 2014 | By David Whitley, London Midland
Keeping people informed is one of the simplest ways to reduce complaints, increase satisfaction and gain a reputation for good customer service, writes David Whitley – Head of Regional Services at London Midland. It’s all part of thinking like a passenger, and arguably more important than operational performance itself: a…
3 October 2014 | By Department for Transport
£62 million government investment will see a ‘next generation’ train fleet operating between London and West Midlands...
5 October 2011 | By Network Rail
A new control room at Euston station has opened as part of a collaborative effort from Network Rail, London Midland & Virgin Trains...
14 September 2011 | By London Midland
London Midland has selected preferred bidders for the manufacture, maintenance and financing of new rolling stock...