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Improved reliability following emergency railway works between Ely and Peterborough

Network Rail have replaced 57 pairs of wheel timbers across four bridges in the vicinity of Manea, between Ely and Peterborough.

HS2 launches 2021 graduate recruitment scheme

HS2 Ltd has kickstarted its search for talented graduates to join its 2021 programme.

TfL and its partners commence further feasibility work on extending DLR into Thamesmead to support new homes and growth

Transport for London (TfL) has begun further feasibility work on a proposed extension of the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) to Beckton Riverside and Thamesmead, following the confirmation of the new Thamesmead and Abbey Wood Opportunity Area Planning Framework (OAPF). 

In The News | 21st December 2020 | Latest Rail News 🔊

The latest rail news on Monday, 21st December 2020

Extra British Transport Police officers deployed at railway stations to ensure only essential journeys take place

Sir Peter Hendy has said extra staff have been deployed at railway stations to ensure that only essential journeys are taking place.

New artwork for Glasgow Central

A stunning new mural has been unveiled in Glasgow Central station to raise awareness of mental health support services across Scotland.

Castleford railway station £2.8 million transformation now complete

A project to significantly improve Castleford railway station and provide a more attractive and welcoming gateway to the town has been completed.

Thirteen companies chosen for £200 million contracts to help build a better railway for passengers

Thirteen companies have been awarded contracts to deliver buildings and civils work across Network Rail's Southern region, which spans Kent, Sussex and the South of England.

UKTram strategy to press the case for light rail

A powerful strategy aimed at shaping a progressive future for the UK’s light rail sector is set to be delivered to Government, industry leaders have been told.

Refusal of coal mine plans means British steam railways may look to Russia to stay in business

Newcastle City Council has refused planning permission for a new surface coal mine at Dewley Hill.


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