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In The News | 2nd February 2021 | Latest Rail News

Click here to listen to the latest rail news on Tuesday, 2nd February 2021 The latest rail news on Tuesday, 2nd February 2021 The chairman of...

The new platform transforming RBD’s services

A new year, and a fantastic new look has been revealed to showcase our vast array of services for rail businesses. The new RBD website follows the successful...

Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership gears up for South Yorkshire to Build Back Better

Sheffield City Region's Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) is gearing up for the region to Build Back Better from the Coronavirus pandemic, as it appoints...

Successful first tram trials of wearable biometrics technology

A pioneering project using biometric monitoring technology to further boost light rail safety has taken a major step forward with sector-wide trials of a...

Balfour Beatty’s South boss leaves

Balfour Beatty's Managing Director Regional South, UK Construction Services, says she has left the company. Posting the news on Linkedin, Beth West, who joined 12...

WiFi boost for London Paddington station

Passengers will be connected better than ever thanks to the launch of free, fast and unlimited WiFi at London Paddington station. This new service which...

The Severn Valley Railway gears up for an Easter reopening

From April 2nd, visitors will once against be able to travel along the historic Severn Valley Railway, through the Shropshire and Worcestershire countryside. Opening...

Hitachi Rail successfully tests first battery-powered tram

Hitachi Rail has successfully tested its first battery-powered tram in Florence – an important milestone towards expanding the firm’s offer to market the vehicles...

Full service resumes between Norwich and London following emergency embankment works

Full services have resumed between Norwich and London this morning (Monday 1 February) following works to stabilise the tracks at Ingatestone over the last week. On...

COVID-19 Reported Outbreaks in Offices– Railways Must Act

It's been reported that there were more than 60 suspected COVID-19 outbreaks in offices recorded in the first two weeks of January and 500+...

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