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Network Rail have announced that rail reliability upgrade work on Hope Valley railway line will begin on 29 May 2022.
Network Rail will modernise journeys into Manchester with a signalling overhaul during the Platinum Jubilee Bank Holiday.
Northern have introduced a new app that will help staff to check the status of self-service ticket machines on the network.
Northern have completed a four week-long period of action tackling fare evasion on services between Doncaster and Leeds.
Over the past 12 months, Northern have recovered over £2 million from fare evaders for taxpayers, successfully prosecuting over 11,000 of the worst offenders.
The investment will deliver track side upgrades, platform extensions for longer trains and bigger depots across the regions.
Thanks to Northern’s accessibility fund, the Better Journeys by Rail scheme is aiming to support the rail service access of older and disabled people in the Yorkshire region.
Northern has seen a rise in customer service satisfaction scores for the third consecutive year, becoming the most improved operator in the UK, according to data from The Institute of Customer Service.
Train operator, Northern, is celebrating a landmark milestone as its 100th newly refurbished and improved digital train is now up and running across the rail network.
Northern's new priority seating card will make travelling easier for people with visible and non-visible disabilities.
Transport for the North (TfN) says there are more reasons than ever to consider the train as an alternative means of travel.
The train depot in the Northern England city of Leeds will continue to provide maintenance support for Northern, LNER and Cross Country trains.
For rail services in and around Manchester, a new timetable has been approved to start in December 2022, mainly focusing on improving rail service performance to provide a reliable passenger journey.
New interactive maps will be added to Northern’s website, offering passengers an opportunity to virtually navigate through the rail operator's stations in 3D.