Network Rail has teamed up with Bristol Sight Loss Council (BSLC) to launch a first-of-its-kind audio guide for Bristol Temple Meads station, to assist blind and partially sighted people.
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30 miles of electric wires have been installed between Church Fenton and Colton Junction as part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade.
Global Railway Review’s Elliot Robinson interviews Simon Scott, Engineering Director at the East West Rail Company, about the East West Rail project – which was publicly endorsed by the Chancellor in his Autumn Statement - and what hopes he has for the project going into 2023.
Daniel Edwards has been appointed as the new Business Lead and Director for Heathrow Express.
Passengers with luggage at Gatwick Airport railway station will now find accessibility easier as new extra-wide ticket gate lines open as part of the station upgrade project.
Network Rail, Newcastle University, the Met Office and MetDesk, have teamed up on a Weather Academy pilot programme which aims to identify ways of delivering safer, more reliable train services in Britain during adverse weather.
Network Rail says more than 95 per cent of Britain's rail network will be open over Christmas and New Year, despite planned upgrade work taking place to deliver 300 key investment projects.
The much-needed Salford Central station improvements will provide a better travelling experience for passengers and improve train reliability across Greater Manchester.
A £13.2 million Network Rail project to stabilise an embankment near Morpeth Station on the East Coast Main Line has been successful.
McLaren Applied will provide F1-derived technology to Network Rail that will help them to make informed engineering and maintenance decisions quicker.
New £1.5 million departure and arrival boards which have LIDAR cameras that can monitor passenger movements in real time are being installed at Euston station.
The first of approximately 1,800 freight trains has arrived at HS2’s new Quainton railhead in a move designed to save carbon in construction.
Drone footage has been released of a derailed freight train site in Carlisle where Network Rail are installing an 800-tonne crane to recover the wagons.
Electric wires have been installed between Manchester and Stalybridge as part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade.