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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.

HS2’s world-first emissions retrofit solution cuts emissions and carbon and will save millions of pounds

HS2's Non-Road Mobile Machinery (NRMM) retrofit innovation adds exhaust technology to existing engine systems on plant machinery to upgrade them to the latest EU Stage V engine class, leading to cleaner air around construction sites.

In The News | 22nd December 2020 | Latest Rail News 🔊

The latest rail news on Tuesday, 22nd December 2020

Rail staff are Proud to be Northern

Northern has honoured its staff who have gone the extra mile this year to make a positive impact for customers and communities. The Proud to...

Passengers asked to plan ahead for travel over Christmas in Sussex

The vast majority of the rail network in Sussex will be open for Christmas and New Year train services and passengers can travel with confidence with rigorous and extensive cleaning regimes in place.

New figures reveal more trains arriving on time in the East

The number of Greater Anglia trains running on time increased by over 16% this year compared to last year, new figures show.

Draft Welsh budget proposes £274.4 million investment in rail and metro

Finance Minister Rebecca Evans has unveiled a draft Welsh Budget with plans of a total investment of £274.7 million in rail and metro.

RailDirector Issue 4 goes live online

The fourth, interactive digital edition of RailDirector magazine is now available to read for free online

New line and platform promise improved services for passengers on Midland Main Line

Work to give passengers in the East Midlands and Bedfordshire access to faster journeys with more seats available on board more environmentally friendly trains has taken another step forward this week.

GBRf unveils new Intermodal Service in partnership with MSC

GB Railfreight are delighted to announce the start of an additional intermodal service, which started last month.


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