Tuesday, November 30, 2021
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Southern spruces up south London stations

Proud Southern Railway station managers Nathaniel Owen and Steve Fleming are welcoming passengers to their newly spruced-up south London stations.

Goring-by-Sea footbridge in West Sussex to be refurbished thanks to £511,000 investment from Network Rail

Work is well under way to refurbish the footbridge at Goring-by-Sea station and provide a safer way of crossing the railway as part of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan.

In The News | 7th December 2020 | Latest Rail News

The latest rail news on Monday, 7th December 2020

Mayor Steve Rotheram and Doug Oakervee to lead the high speed North debate

Bringing high speed rail to the North's towns and cities will be debated by political and industry leaders at Transport for the North's free online conference this month.

Serco Rail Technical Services launch new PADSnet railway asset configuration management system upgrade

Serco's Derby based Rail Technical Services (SRTS) has completed a significant investment in upgrading its Traction and Rolling Stock Parts and Documentation System (PADSnet), a web-based asset configuration management system used across the rail industry.

Rail Industry Association disappointed by news that rail enhancements budget reduced by £1 billion

The Chief Executive of the Railway Industry Association says it is very disappointing to see that rail enhancements investment will reduce by more than £1 billion over the current five-year funding period.

3Squared secures a 3-year renewal of its RailSmart platform with digital rail freight pioneers GB Railfreight

Digital transport solutions provider, 3Squared today announced that it has secured a contract with GB Railfreight for renewed and expanded use of its award winning RailSmart software platform.

In The News | 4th December 2020 | Latest Rail News

The latest rail news on Friday, 4th December 2020

Heritage Railway Association announces 2021 awards nominees

The Heritage Railway Association has released its list of nominees for its 2021 Heritage Railway Awards.

More reliable journeys for rail passengers following £4m upgrade

Passengers will now benefit from smoother, quieter and more reliable train journeys following a £4million investment to renew the track between Bourne End and Marlow.

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