David Clarke, Technical Director at the Railway Industry Association (RIA) explains that building new infrastructure, along with several other measures, can help rail networks prepare for the effects of climate change.
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In its latest update on progress to complete the Elizabeth line, Crossrail Ltd has confirmed that it plans to open the central section between Paddington and Abbey Wood in summer 2021.
Michèle Dix, Managing Director of Crossrail 2, writes that with new and exciting rail projects in Britain at key stages of planning or delivery, rail has the ability to play a central role in the economy and society of the future – as long as there is a focus on…
Mark Wild, Chief Executive of Crossrail Ltd has said the Elizabeth line will now not be fully open before 2021, explaining that further time is needed to complete software development for the signalling and train systems and the safety approvals process.
For our next Women Inspiring Rail instalment, Amanda White, former Head of Rail at Transport for Greater Manchester and now an independent rail advisor, discusses how she is fascinated with the complex technical, operational and human factors that keep rail services running - or what she likes to call, 'the…
Crossrail Limited, the company building London’s new Elizabeth line, has released a video showing the construction progress of the line’s Woolwich station.
Global Railway Review’s Editor, Craig Waters, speaks to L.B Foster’s CTO, Dr Mark Aston, about what the future of rail looks like and how L.B Foster plans to be a part of the exciting times ahead.
The report suggests that there are separate, smaller projects which could deliver some of Crossrail 2's objectives at better value for money.
Network Rail has confirmed the award of contracts for construction of the new or enhanced ticket halls at Southall, Hayes & Harlington, West Drayton, Ealing Broadway, West Ealing and Acton Main Line stations.
The London Assembly has responded to findings that a fixation on December 2018 for completion and a mismanagement of the Crossrail project are what has lead to delay after delay in the launch of HS2.
New leadership team outlines new plan to put Crossrail project back on track with robust and realistic plan which follows a detailed audit of the programme.
Darren Caplan, Chief Executive of the Railway Industry Association (RIA), writes that whilst the UK’s economy and its role in the world is clearly under the spotlight, it is heartening that research carried out in 2018 shows the UK railway industry is an even greater economic contributor to the country…
Johannah Randall, Head of Station Operations at HS2 Ltd, tells Tara Nolan, Global Railway Review’s Junior Editor, how station design is about re-framing how a station sits within a community.
Despite delays to Crossrail 1, policymakers are urged not to delay decisions on moving forward with future projects such as Crossrail 2.