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Latest Rail Director goes online: Laura Shoaf on working towards a world-class system

The chief executive of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) says the region is right in the middle of a rail renaissance. Laura Shoaf, who...

£5.7 billion City Region Sustainable Transport Settlements confirmed

The Transport Secretary has written to metro mayors confirming the allocated funding they will receive from the City Region Sustainable Transport Settlement (CRSTS) programme. As stated...

Transport for Wales signs deal to bring in Traveline Cymru

The Welsh Government’s not-for-profit transport delivery partner finds itself one step closer today, 1 April 2022, in creating its vision of a one-stop-shop customer...

ScotRail officially comes under public control

ScotRail officially coming under public control and ownership heralds a new beginning that truly puts passengers and staff at the heart of rail services,...

NYMR welcomes MP visit during English Tourism Week

The MP for Thirsk and Malton, Kevin Hollinrake, visited North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) to show his support during English Tourism Week. English Tourism Week...

£2.5 million package announced to help disabled people travel more confidently

The government has today announced a £2.5 million package to support disabled people travel more confidently on our transport network as it reopens after...

Landmark day for major drum disposal project

A major project to dispose of more than 1,000 stainless steel drums of waste at Nuclear Waste Services’ Low Level Waste Repository site from...

Latest Rail Director springs into action

In the coming days more than 2,200 rail industry leaders and subscribers will be receiving the latest edition of the Rail Director magazine. The March...

RIA review on government’s progress on decarbonising the railways finds mixed picture

The Railway Industry Association (RIA) has published a review into the government's progress in decarbonising the UK’s railways, finding a mixed picture in meeting...

Exciting plans to develop rail infrastructure in Oxford and introduce new services are moving forward

Oxford City Council says a decision by government on the final funding for major improvements to its rail infrastructure is imminent and eagerly awaited....

National Railway Contract awarded to Govia Thameslink Railway

The chief executive officer (CEO) for Go-Ahead has vowed to run the most reliable service possible, putting passengers' interests first, following the news Govia...

CAF meets Welsh First Minister to discuss ambitious plans for the UK rail market

Senior CAF representatives – Group CEO Javier Martínez, Rolling Stock CEO Josu Imaz and UK Director Richard Garner – attended a meeting with Welsh...
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Loco line-up confirmed for Cotswold Festival of Steam

The Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway (GWSR) has confirmed the full line-up of locomotives for its ‘Somerset & Dorset Remembered’-themed Cotswold Festival of Steam, taking...

Northern gets Gold Standard Investors in People recognition

Northern is delighted to confirm that it has been awarded the Gold standard to the internationally recognised Investors in People scheme.  The north of England...

RBD Rail Recruiter – the rail jobs board

With a host of employers and job-hunting hopefuls aboard, Dean Bruce gives an update about RBD Rail Recruiter – the revolutionary new platform for...

Greater Anglia makes flexi season tickets available

Commuters can now purchase flexi season tickets on ticket machines across the Greater Anglia network. The flexi season ticket is a bundle of eight day...