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HS2 set to reach 730,000 planted trees landmark by Spring 2021

HS2 will plant over 300,000 trees this Winter as part of the project’s extensive Green Corridor programme, designed to create a network of bigger,...

Digital resilience maturity matrix for the railway sector

Cyber security is the subject of the next free IRSE webinar, which will be presented by expert Alzbeta Helienek.

Major upgrade works taking place early in 2021 on the Great Eastern Main line

Essential upgrade works will be taking place on the Great Eastern main line in January and February between London Liverpool Street station and Shenfield and on the Southend Victoria line to improve reliability for passengers.

Birmingham’s rail history revived as agreement reached to integrate Old Curzon Street Station into new HS2 terminus

HS2 has received the go-ahead from Birmingham City Council to begin the transformative refurbishment of the Old Curzon Street Station, marking the next phase...

First passenger trains complete journeys on new Northern Line Extension over Christmas

The Northern Line Extension passed a major milestone at Christmas after test passenger trains successfully completed the journey through the new tunnels from Kennington to Battersea Power Station.

Thousands of pounds worth of toys donated to Pod-Trak’s Christmas toy appeal

Staff from engineering specialist Pod-Trak say they have been overwhelmed by the response to its Christmas toys appeal.

Additional £8 million of support for light rail operators in Scotland

The Scottish Government is to provide a further £8 million of emergency funding for Glasgow Subway and Edinburgh Trams in response to the on-going financial impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Level crossing in Cheltenham to close for emergency works until April 2021

Network Rail has had to close the level crossing on Brockhampton Lane until 7 April 2021 to undertake vital works.

Giving hope to railway families in need this Christmas

The Railway Benefit Fund (RBF) has been praised for its efforts in helping workers in the industry and their families through tough times.

Greater Anglia’s new trains clock up 6 million miles as rollout continued despite pandemic

2020 may have been a year when many things stopped due to coronavirus, but Greater Anglia’s new trains rollout has continued throughout the pandemic - and in the last year, the company’s new trains have clocked up over 6 million miles, now serving 13 routes across East Anglia.

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