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Creating opportunities to enhance career development

When Women in Rail was founded in 2012, we sought to improve diversity in the UK rail industry through providing networking opportunities and support...

Annual Conference looks to address the power of leadership

The Women in Rail conference takes place today for its fourth consecutive year, bringing together professionals from across the industry to discuss and debate...

Rail fares for 2019 published – fares held down below inflation for a second year in a row

Train companies have confirmed that rail fares will go up on average by 3.1% next year, lower than July’s RPI measure of inflation. This...

Two new railway lines into Bristol Temple Meads completed to help improve passenger journeys

This morning (Monday 3 December) Network Rail successfully completed the installation of two new railway lines between Filton Abbey Wood and Bristol Temple Meads...

Music mogul buries railway time capsule

Record producer, songwriter and railway enthusiast Pete Waterman, was guest of honour at a time capsule ceremony, held at the National College for High...

Building starts on new Wolverhampton railway station

Work has started on putting in place the foundations for the first section of the new Wolverhampton Railway Station building. Demolition works have been completed...

Platform improvements for Watford Junction

Work is underway to upgrade platforms to improve access and capacity for passengers using Watford Junction station. Until May 2019, platforms 10 and 11 will...

Work to extend the platforms at five railway stations in West Yorkshire begins

Network Rail and Northern are working together to carry out improvements to five railway stations in West Yorkshire as part of the Great North...

Digital Rail to take centre stage at Railtex 2019

The term ‘Digital Rail’ is one which brings much discussion around the industry, as Network Rail seeks to create more capacity on an increasingly...

Bromley South station celebrates 160th birthday

Passengers passing through Bromley South were treated to singing and poetry by local schoolchildren on Friday, as the station celebrated its 160th birthday, with...

New railway technology – used for the first time in the UK – will give Network Rail more time to carry out vital maintenance...

New technology being rolled out across the South Western Railway route is set to give track workers an extra 1,600 hours a year to...

Rail upgrade to enhance competitiveness of Humber ports

The largest port in the country is getting a boost thanks to a £15m upgrade to the Humber’s rail infrastructure. The Port of Immingham handles...
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Rail Partners report says freight operators are ready to support decarbonisation and economic growth in partnership with Government

Rail Partners says that its freight operator members are ready to invest in improving and further decarbonising rail freight, providing the Government can deliver...

Million tonne milestone for HS2’s Quainton freight trains

HS2 has revealed that its construction hub at Quainton, Bucks, has now received more than a million tonnes of construction material by rail carried...

Penalty Fares introduced on the South Wales Mainline

Penalty Fares will be introduced on the South Wales Mainline from Monday 4 March as part of a range of measures to tackle an...

North Yorkshire Moors Railway launches fundraising appeal to save Goathland Station’s Bridge 27a

The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) is asking visitors, rail enthusiasts, and film lovers for vital support to repair Bridge 27A as part of...