In this week's Good News Friday, read about Lumo's celebration of National Stottie Week, Todmorden's volunteers and QTS' work with SBH!
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A recent report has found that the work by Hull Trains has had a positive economic impact on the regional community.
The East Coast Digital Programme has progressed further up the line, with work being carried out between Peterborough and Grantham.
Hull Trains are currently showing the strongest recovery in the UK, following the COVID-19 pandemic, regarding rail usage.
For Global Railway Review’s ‘Access For All’ interview series, Paul Jackson, Head of Customer and Stakeholder Engagement at open access passenger operators Hull Trains and Lumo details the many facets of work that are steering the goal of truly accessible transport for all.
Further engineering work is taking place in North London over February to help deliver the East Coast Digital Programme.
Work over the festive period has seen more progress made with the transformational East Coast Digital Programme.
Grand Union is seeking to introduce new and competitive train services between Carmarthen and London Paddington and Stirling and London Euston. Here, Managing Director, Ian Yeowart, writes about how this new open access operator will aim to provide a new customer-focused standard of train service, which challenges and changes the…
Rail journeys increased to 285 million in Britain over October and December 2021, marking the highest number of passenger journeys since January to March 2020.
Lumo is to become the new, wholly electric rail service to launch between Edinburgh and London to replace domestic flights and produce more sustainable and affordable travel options.