The UK operator Northern have started using artificial intelligence (AI) to trial British Sign Language (BSL) on their trains.
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American rail operating company Amtrak have published an innovative plan to further boost their ridership in 2024.
British train operator Northern have appointed Mark Cutter as the new chair of the independent accessibility group, NAUG.
Amtrak has started construction of its Gray 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, after its comprehensive vision was revealed in 2016.
The consumer-focused brand Which? has published a report, detailing how passengers pay higher prices when buying tickets at the station.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) and the Thomas Pocklington Trust have joined forces to make rail more accessible for VI passengers.
Grays Station in Essex is due to undergo accessibility upgrades, including two new lifts for customers, as part of the Access for All scheme.
A multi-million pound upgrade scheme has now been completed at Billingham station, as part of the government's 'Access for All' program.
NSAR's Skill Symposium took place on the 17th November, and was a complete success, covering topics such as skills, training, and workforces.
SilverRail has found that many British people are confused by the ticketing system, including what is the cheapest ticket for their journey.
J Murphy and Sons Ltd awarded £93.4 million Cambridge South station contract, unlocking 300 new construction jobs and £103 billion growth.
Network Rail is making six stations on its Wales and Borders route fully accessible, constructing new footbridges and lifts.