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Network Rail has released information about its continued work to deliver improvements for the East Coast Main Line and Northern City Line.
The new investment in the East Coast Main Line will result in a more reliable and sustainable rail network.
Additional barcode readers have been installed at ticket gates to help make travel easier and quicker for passengers.
Great Northern have opened a cycle parking hub at Biggleswade station in Bedfordshire to help promote greener travel across the community.
The new signalling system, which replaces outdated components with digital equipment, will offer Great Northern passengers more reliable journeys to the City of London.
With customers beginning to use rail services again after years of restrictions, Anthony Smith, Chief Executive of Transport Focus, explains why train operators need to focus on offering a reliable, punctuality service for passengers and how this can help rail grow in the years ahead.
Network Rail are testing and commissioning new signalling equipment on the Northern City Line in April and May, as part of the East Coast Digital Programme.
Govia Thameslink Railway have been awarded a National Rail Contract to continue operating the UK’s largest rail network; the Thameslink, Southern and Great Northern rail services.
In support of National Careers Week, Tina Towner, Rail Enforcement Officer at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), explains the role of a Rail Enforcement Officer and details why the role is more important now than ever before.
In support of National Careers Week, Tim Wells, Operations Simulator Manager at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), explains the vital role that training simulation programmes have in establishing confidence for both newer and experienced drivers, as well as the impact these simulations have in creating a safer, happier work environment.
In support of National Careers Week, Sophie Court, Accessibility Improvement Manager at Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), explains her role and how she helps play a part in GTR’s mission to improve the level of service for passengers requiring extra assistance when travelling.
Transport Focus has published its latest passenger satisfaction survey which reveals punctuality and reliability are the most important drivers of overall satisfaction.
The number of apprentices recruited by GTR has exceeded targets by 20 per cent, with women comprising more than a third whilst 27 per cent identified as BME.
Govia Thameslink Railway, operator of Southern, Thameslink, and Great Northern services, has launched a new innovative co-operative energy project with climate action group, Energy Garden.