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GWR marks Holocaust Memorial Day by illuminating statue of the ‘British Schindler’

Great Western Railway has lit up a statue of the man known as the ‘British Schindler’ to mark Holocaust Memorial Day.  Sir Nicholas Winton’s statue...

Memorial plaque to remember those lost in Abermule train collision on 100th anniversary

A memorial plaque to remember the 17 people who died in the Abermule train collision, which happened 100 years ago today, has been unveiled.   On 26 January 1921, two trains collided...

Transport key role in ensuring recovery from COVID

SPT's chair of operations committee Councillor David Wilson has called on the Scottish Government to put transport at the forefront of this week's budget...

Transport for Wales thanks rail neighbours and passengers after successful Metro works

Transport for Wales has thanked rail passengers and neighbours after it reopened the railway lines north of Radyr after a successful three-week blockade to...

Work continues to Attleborough rail station car park

Work to increase car parking capacity at a Norfolk rail station is due to recommence next month. Greater Anglia is improving car parking at Attleborough...

Network Rail appoints Alstom to supply cantilevers in push to decarbonise the railways

Alstom has signed a two-year framework contract with Network Rail for the supply of Single Insulated Cantilevers, helping Network Rail decarbonise the railways through...

HS2’s Chilterns ‘barn design’ vent shaft gains planning approval

The first of five headhouses that will provide ventilation and emergency access to HS2’s ten-mile long Chiltern tunnel has gained planning approval from Buckinghamshire...

Helicopter surveys keep Wolverhampton and Tamworth stations’ big freezes at bay

Thermal imaging cameras mounted to a Network Rail helicopter are keeping passengers and freight moving after heavy snowfall across the West Midlands. Although sub-zero temperatures...

Govia Thameslink Railway partners with swiftscale to collaborate on supply chain innovation

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has joined enterprise technology network, swiftscale, for access to its global scaleup ecosystem – a network of organisations offering innovative technology...

EKFB appoints new Director to deliver HS2 project

EKFB, the civil engineering joint venture of Eiffage, Kier, Ferrovial and BAM, has announced a change to its senior management team and appointed Peter...

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