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A series exploring Non-Technical Skills (NTS) and how they can benefit safety critical organisations

8 of 8 – Maximising the impact of Non-Technical Skills: incorporating them into safety-critical employees’ lifecycle This is the 8th and final article from The...

S-Bahn sets the smart transport standard: groundbreaking Synectics operational management system goes live

The first phase in a pioneering smart transport project to transform security, passenger service, and operational management across Berlin’s S-Bahn rail network has officially...

Transport for Wales to reintroduce COVID-19 timetable to support lockdown

Transport for Wales will be re-introducing an essential travel COVID-19 timetable in response to the tighter restrictions in place across Wales and England. The move...

Videos show North West railway engineers battling against Storm Christoph

Railway engineers across the North West are battling the effects of Storm Christoph as they try to keep passengers and freight safely on the...

£765,000 upgrade of the footbridge at Caterham station in Surrey, first built in 1900

Passengers at Caterham station can cross the railway more safely thanks to footbridge refurbishment as part of Network Rail's Railway Upgrade Plan. Caterham station is...

Heathrow Express launches new fleet

Heathrow Express has launched a newly refurbished fleet of 12 Class 387 trains with modern interiors and exteriors in iconic Heathrow purple.  This marks...

First export of UK-built trains for over 12 years allows Bombardier to expand manufacturing capacity in Derby

A consortium led by Bombardier Transportation has confirmed a deal with the Egyptian Government to build two new monorails thanks to £1.7 billion backing from...

Rail regulator proposes new guidance to support better decision making in level crossing safety

The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has proposed simpler and more accessible guidance on level crossing safety to support the rail industry, traffic...

Network Rail donates old laptops to help pupils learn remotely during lockdown

Network Rail has donated refurbished laptops to St. Willibrord's R.C. Primary School in Clayton, East Manchester, to help every pupil in the school continue...

In The News | 20th January 2021 | Latest Rail News

Click here to listen to the latest rail news on Wednesday, 20th January 2021 The latest rail news on Wednesday, 20th January 2021 The CEO of...

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A series exploring Non-Technical Skills (NTS) and how they can benefit safety critical organisations

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The first phase in a pioneering smart transport project to transform security, passenger service, and operational management across Berlin’s S-Bahn rail network has officially...

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