Andy Burnham, the Mayor of Greater Manchester, has published a masterplan which details a strategy to double the number of rail journeys in the city-region by 2040.
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Over 350 Arriva Rail London employees will complete a training course to improve the travelling experience of passengers on the London Overground who are deaf or hard of hearing.
For the latest instalment in Global Railway Review’s Women Inspiring Rail series, Heathrow Express Fleet Engineering Manager, Aoife Considine, discusses her passion for rail safety and how trends in digitalisation keeps her excited about rail’s future.
The report suggests that there are separate, smaller projects which could deliver some of Crossrail 2's objectives at better value for money.
For the fourth consecutive year, MTR has been rated the best railway operator in the 2019 Swedish Quality Index survey with over 90 per cent passenger satisfaction.
The proposed £200 million development at Goole 36 reaches major milestone as the first phase of manufacturing facilities are expected to open in 2023.
To ensure London Overground passengers are equipped with effective real-time journey information, Stella Rogers, Customer Experience Director at Arriva Rail London (ARL), provides details of their recent and current trials using state-of-the-art technology to assist them in boosting passenger satisfaction and ensuring customers are confident in travelling on their network.
Half of all pay-as-you-go journeys across London are regularly made using a contactless card or mobile device. Now the 17,000 passengers that use the Heathrow Express each day will have the same option for a quick and easy payment method.
Kate Marjoribanks joined Arriva Rail London (ARL) as its new Engineering Director in November 2018, bringing with her a wealth of experience in the rail industry. In an interview with Global Railway Review, Kate shares details of her rail career so far, how her new position will allow her to…
The government remains committed to the completion of the project, in a way that is fair to UK taxpayers, and enables London to bear the additional costs.
OnTrac Ltd will provide TfL their rail safety products to enable greater efficiency in planning and delivering work on the Elizabeth line.
Testing is underway in Europe on new state-of-the-art maintenance trains that will be used on the Elizabeth line to help keep it running for hundreds of thousands of Londoners and visitors. London will take delivery of the machines later this year.