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Covid-19: Railway will keep Britain moving

The railway will keep vital supplies and key workers moving over the coming months, the leader of Network Rail's "Backbone of Britain" pledged. "Our role...

23/3 Rail emergency measures during COVID-19 pandemic: Transport Secretary statement

The Government has revealed how it plans to support train operators to make sure the UK's railways stay open for key workers during the...

23/3 Government reveals plans to protect rail services, passengers and workers during COVID-19 outbreak

Government steps in to provide stability and certainty on key services and to rail staff during coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak. All train operators presented...

23/3 Rail operators are united to protect train services and staff as changes come into force

Today sees the start of a plan by the government and the UK rail industry that will train services reduced to help tackle the...

20/3 Network Rail announces new measures to support retailers and tenants

Network Rail today announced swift and significant measures aimed at supporting retailers in Britain’s busiest and biggest stations, and small business tenants across their...

20/3 – Reduced rail timetable agreed to protect train services and staff

Government and rail operators across the UK agree reductions in service levels following reduced passenger demand as people change their travel patterns to...

19/3 – A message for Network Rail suppliers: COVID-19

Dear colleagues, We are currently facing exceptional circumstances which are having a widespread impact on the UK’s economy, infrastructure and people. The situation is...

19/3 – Calls for rail freight staff to be classed as key workers to deliver services for the economy

The Rail Freight Group has called on freight staff to be classed as key workers so they can continue to deliver services for the...

18/3 – Up to 40 London Underground stations closing until further notice

TfL to run a reduced service to enable London's critical workers to make essential journeys. From this Friday, there will be no Waterloo &...

18/3 – The Railway Mission: Supporting the industry during the coronavirus pandemic

There are widespread concerns about the threat posed by the coronavirus. This is particularly the case in the rail industry. This includes the thousands...

18/3 – Coronavirus: Some train services cancelled because of the virus

South Western Railway says it is having to cancel a small number of trains at very short notice as more staff are having to...

18/3 – Transport for West Midlands working to keep public transport moving in wake of coronavirus outbreak

Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) has vowed to focus on keeping safe, clean, and functioning public transport available for those that need it amidst the...
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