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Updated plans for major improvements at Reading West Station

Designs for major improvements at Reading West Station have been updated and are now available for public comment as part of the ongoing planning application process.

Rail Forum Midlands Mystery Guest competition for Rail Aid 2020

Rail Forum Midlands (RFM) recreated one of the popular rounds, ‘Mystery Guest’, but with four well-known rail personalities instead.

In The News | 3rd December 2020 | Latest Rail News

The latest rail news on Thursday, 3rd December 2020

Britain’s railway stations go purple to celebrate disabled people worldwide

Rays of purple light will beam from railway stations across the country today as the rail industry joins the global #PurpleLightUp movement and celebrates the contribution of disabled people around the world.

First reveal of HS2’s extensive Long Itchington Wood Tunnel north portal site in Warwickshire

HS2 has revealed the first images of one of its largest construction sites in the Midlands, which is being prepared for the launch of a tunnel boring machine (TBM) that will dig under Long Itchington Wood.

Two Greater Manchester stations given £382,000 facelift

Northern customers travelling from two Greater Manchester stations will benefit from more than £350,000 of improvement works.

#PurpleLightUp – Transport for Wales leading the way for Wales

Transport for Wales is lighting up their new headquarters purple this Thursday and representing Wales in a global broadcast celebrating disability inclusion.

HS2 contractor LMJV donates owl sculpture and £10,000 to Birmingham Children’s Hospital

HS2 enabling works contractor, LMJV (Laing O’Rourke and J. Murphy & Sons), have presented a magnificent owl sculpture to Birmingham Children’s Hospital Charity alongside a £10,000 donation to support the work of the trust.

£29 million to be invested in Stoke-on-Trent’s transport network

Stoke-on-Trent is set to benefit from £29 million from the government's Transforming Cities Fund, helping to revolutionise the city's transport network and how residents get around, Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has announced.

In The News | 2nd December 2020 | Latest Rail News

The latest rail news on Wednesday, 2nd December 2020

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