Read this week's weekly round up of positive rail news, focusing on the industry stories which emphasise the community.
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The UK operator Northern have started using artificial intelligence (AI) to trial British Sign Language (BSL) on their trains.
In this week's Good News Friday, read about Lumo's celebration of National Stottie Week, Todmorden's volunteers and QTS' work with SBH!
The first weekly round up of positive rail news, focusing on the industry stories which emphasise the community.
UK operating company Northern Trains are offering even more apprenticeships than normal, for those looking to enter the rail industry.
UK rail operator Northern have appointed Jason Wade as the regional director for the North East, succeeding Kerry Peters.
British train operator Northern have appointed Mark Cutter as the new chair of the independent accessibility group, NAUG.
Bradford are set to receive a £24 million boost to deliver improved rail journeys from the UK Government, as part of Network North.
British rail operator CrossCountry has appointed Steve Hopkinson as their Service Delivery Director, having previously been at Network Rail.
UK rail operators South Western Railway (SWR) and Northern have announced their services which will be affected by upcoming ASLEF strikes.
Northern has seen a 20% drop in the number of penalty fares issued in the first year since the government increased the fine to £100.
Former Network Rail executive Matt Rice has been appointed the new chief operating officer of Northern, replacing Tricia Williams.
The New Year Honours List was published last week in the Gazette and includes several figures from the railway industry.
Northern have coined the term 'recremuter' for the new train passengers who combine commuting for work and recreation.