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Wales Coastal Path by train

This year marks the ten-year anniversary of the Wales Coastal Path and Transport for Wales (TfW) is celebrating the milestone by launching a campaign...

Eurostar CEO reveals post-Brexit impact on cross-Channel operator

The outgoing CEO of Eurostar, Jacques Damas has laid bare the impact of Covid-19 and Brexit on the cross-Channel operator in a letter to...

Line reopens after landslip prevention work in Honiton

Network Rail has thanked passengers for their patience during last week’s five-day closure of the railway between Axminster and Pinhoe, which allowed engineers to...

Further rail changes between King’s Lynn, Cambridge and London for track repairs

Further changes are being introduced between King’s Lynn, Cambridge and London King’s Cross from today (26 September), while work takes place to repair track...

Rail Partners responds to Labour Party reconfirming its rail nationalisation commitment

Responding to the Labour Party reconfirming its commitment to public ownership of the railway, Andy Bagnall, chief executive of Rail Partners, said: “It’s not...

Labour vows to bring railways back into public ownership as contracts expire

The Shadow Secretary of State for Transport Louise Haigh used her speech at the Labour party conference today (26 September) to claim that Labour...

Crewe MP backs progress on HS2 works and calls for more local businesses to get involved

Dr Kieran Mullan, MP for Crewe and Nantwich, has been given a tour of the preparatory works underway in readiness for the extension of...

RAIB report: Wrong side signalling failure and derailment at Dalwhinnie, Badenoch and Strathspey

RAIB has released its report into a wrong side signalling failure and derailment at Dalwhinnie, Badenoch and Strathspey that happened on 10 April 2021. At...

Liverpool City Region mayor wants similar transport system to London

Metro mayor of the Liverpool City Region Steve Rotheram has exclusively told RailBusinessDaily that he wants a transport system similar to London, however he...

Government plans to accelerate rail infrastructure schemes

The Chancellor of the Exchequer, Kwasi Kwarteng, has unveiled a new growth plan designed to tackle energy costs, bring down inflating and back business.  The...

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