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Date of Bond Street’s Elizabeth line station opening revealed

Bond Street’s Elizabeth line station will open on Monday 24 October, subject to final approvals. The opening of the station will further transform travel...

Work to demolish the old station platforms at Cameron Bridge is now complete

Platform removal has cleared the way for double tracking at Cameron Bridge. Following the successful completion of the first mile in March, and significant progress...

Green light for Dudley bus and Metro interchange

The £24 million development of a new Dudley Interchange station has achieved another major milestone after securing full planning permission. Partners in the scheme, Transport...

PWI ‘Sustainable Infrastructure: Design and Maintenance’ seminar

The railway has a big role to play in helping tackle climate change through the sustainable service it provides to passengers and freight operators.   The...

Birmingham Eastside Metro milestone

A major milestone has been achieved on the Birmingham Eastside Metro extension following the installation of the first section of track in Digbeth. A total...

Severn Valley Railway’s locomotive shed open for business once more

The Severn Valley Railway’s locomotive shed at Bridgnorth has been officially reopened after months of fundraising, meticulous planning and hard work. The £475,000 project was...

Whitechapel station re-opening heralded a triumph of design and build

The re-opening of the newly transformed Whitechapel Station, part of the new Elizabeth Line, has been called ‘a triumph of design and build’ by...

Motherwell station concourse expansion

ScotRail says work on the redevelopment and expansion of Motherwell railway station is progressing with the project now entering its fifth phase. Work is underway...

Metro’s biggest ever line closure starts on Monday

The biggest major line closure ever seen on the Tyne and Wear Metro gets underway next week to allow for a £104m track dualling...

Reopening of railway in Manchester after three miles of track submerged by fast flowing water

A railway is back open after a burst water main at Audenshaw in east Manchester caused disruption to trains for five days. Thousands of gallons...

SWGR’s innovation and drive recognised in award of two Possession Management contracts in the UK

SWGR has been selected by Network Rail Scotland to provide possession management services throughout the route via a competitive tender process, allowing it to...

Troon station concepts revealed

Troon station's redevelopment has taken a significant step forward thanks to an event which unveiled a number of new concepts. The designs present three possibilities...
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Leaf busting trains and drones keeping rail routes clear this autumn

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Railway Benefit Fund launch Energy Support Fund for railway staff

The Railway Benefit Fund (RBF) have today relaunched their Energy Support Fund, in reaction to the increased cost of living many are expected to...