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Coronavirus: Transport Secretary speaks on passenger numbers and staffing shortages

The Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has been questioned by the Transport Committee about the implications of coronavirus for transport. He told the committee there had...

CrossCountry help those most in need as COVID-19 hits train operating companies

If one thing has come through since the coronavirus has hit the UK's railways, it has been the industry going above and beyond to...

Closure of station waiting rooms among new measures introduced by Northern

As Northern continues to respond to the coronavirus outbreaks, a number of new measures have been introduced to help protect passengers and staff. Until further...

Gatwick Express service will be temporarily suspended as GTR reduces services further

Further reductions will be made to Southern, Thameslink, and Great Northern services from Monday, 30 March, as part of the phased timetable changes agreed...

GB Railfreight: Our support for the UK’s COVID-19 response

The third largest rail freight operator in the UK has released details on how it is helping to keep essential services running across the...

HS2 update: Suspension of majority of sites

HS2 has confirmed that the majority of its sites have paused or are pausing construction works to stop the spread of COVID-19. The news comes...

Network Rail Southern Region appeals for former professional signallers to help the railway keep key workers moving during coronavirus crisis

Network Rail Southern Region operations teams are working hard to keep signalboxes and control centres open 24/7, despite losing staff to self-isolation and sickness...

The Health Secretary calls for full service on London’s Underground

The Health Secretary Matt Hancock has called on Transport for London to run a full service on the Underground. It's after photographs have been circulating...

Covid-19: Railway maintenance continues to keep critical supply lines open​

Routine repairs and maintenance continue on the nationally critical West Coast main line to ensure vital supplies and key workers keep moving. Last weekend Network Rail staff, who...

TfL and Crossrail construction sites temporarily suspended, helping limit spread of coronavirus

Crossrail is bringing all project sites to a temporary safe stop unless they need to continue for operational safety reasons. The news has ben revealed...

NHS outpatient clinic opens at Birmingham New Street to alleviate hospital pressure

An empty shop at Birmingham New Street station has become an NHS outpatient clinic for patients to have routine blood tests away from hospital. From Tuesday,...

New train timetable: West Midlands Railway responds to customer feedback

West Midlands Railway will add more carriages to its busiest services from Tuesday following the introduction of a new reduced timetable. The operator introduced the...
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Transport community supports campaign to end violence against women and girls

Network Rail, Train Operating Companies (TOCs), Transport for London (TfL) and the British Transport Police (BTP) have thrown their support, once again, behind the...

Linbrooke Services Ltd and Network Rail lend a hand at UK’s last ‘railway nursery’

Volunteers from Linbrooke Services Ltd and Network Rail Capital Delivery put their skills to good use at Poppleton Community Railway Nursery on 17 November,...

SWR awarded accreditation for safeguarding vulnerable people on the railway

South Western Railway (SWR) has become the UK’s second train operator to achieve accreditation of the British Transport Police’s Safeguarding in Rail scheme, recognising...

Rail Business Daily team hit the streets to raise awareness for White Ribbon Day

The Rail Business Daily team is today helping to engage the rail industry in the White Ribbon campaign by volunteering at events being held...