South Western Railway have become the first train operator in the UK to have its carbon emission reduction targets approved by the Science Based Targets initiative.
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Simpler tap-in tap-out ticketing is set to be introduced across 53 stations in the South East by the end of the year.
Northern have announced that Kerry Peters will succeed Tony Baxter as the Regional Director in Yorkshire, Humberside and the East Midlands.
Martin Prior, Head of Revenue Analysis and Reporting at Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT), speaks to Global Railway Review about the GBRTT Train Travel Snapshot analysis, detailing some of its key takeaways and findings.
GBRTT has shared its first passenger analysis to develop insights into the reasons people are taking the train and the wider implications for the industry.
Northern have seen a 10% reduction in the number of penalty fares issued since the UK government increased the fine to £100.
The Rail Delivery Group has selected TCS to power the industry-first Rail Data Marketplace that aims to spur innovation, enhance passenger experience and streamline freight movements.
On 7 and 8 November 2022, Global Railway Review will host our Digital Rail event; this year taking place in-person at London’s Twickenham Stadium. Industry experts and supporters of rail’s digital transformation – from the likes of Network Rail, SNCF Réseau, SBB, Green Cargo and the UIC – will all…
Rail companies are now using information cards to help make travel easier for people supported by assistance dogs.
Jez Smith, Rail Data Marketplace (RDM) Programme Lead at the Rail Delivery Group (RDG), writes about the RDM – a service that will provide the tools and frameworks to simplify data sharing between data consumers and the rail industry, opening data up to innovators to develop new tools and services for…
The Office of Rail and Road will take over responsibility from the Rail Delivery Group for sponsoring the Rail Ombudsman
Rail and property experts will soon gather in London to debate how rail stations can be developed using the latest innovations and sustainable approaches, and how the industry might maximise the wider area regeneration opportunities.
In this interview for Global Railway Review, Alex Froom, CEO of Zipabout, talks about the challenges faced by the rail industry, how we can drive train usage back up and what we can do to contribute to a sustainable railway.