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Network Rail and housing charity Shelter expand pioneering rough sleeping pilots

Some of Network Rail’s busiest London stations have teamed up with housing and homelessness charity Shelter to help people sleeping rough. Network Rail and housing...

Line reopens after landslip prevention work in Honiton

Network Rail has thanked passengers for their patience during last week’s five-day closure of the railway between Axminster and Pinhoe, which allowed engineers to...

Further rail changes between King’s Lynn, Cambridge and London for track repairs

Further changes are being introduced between King’s Lynn, Cambridge and London King’s Cross from today (26 September), while work takes place to repair track...

Work to preserve and improve the Island Line’s historic Ryde Pier to begin this autumn

Network Rail and South Western Railway (SWR) are set to begin a complex programme of vital maintenance and improvements on Ryde Pier, to keep...

Successful completion of ETCS testing for High Speed Train power car

Another milestone has been achieved in the government funded East Coast Digital Programme (ECDP) with the successful completion of testing with digital signalling for...

Repairs planned for Stevenage after overhead wire damage

Major repairs are planned for the railway in Stevenage this on 24 September after the overhead line electrification (OLE) was damaged on the evening...

Swing bridge work in East Anglia to take place this autumn

Network Rail will start work to upgrade electrical and mechanical systems inside three swing bridges this autumn, including for nine consecutive days in late...

Regulator finds Network Rail maintains good stakeholder engagement

The Office of Rail and Road’s annual assessment of how Network Rail engages with its stakeholders shows a strong performance in the past year,...

Weathering the storm: flood devastated stretch of mid-Wales railway more resilient than ever with new 10,000 tonne ‘rock armour’ defence

A multi-million-pound resilience project has been successfully delivered on the Cambrian Line, making passengers’ journeys more reliable in future.  A trio of storms in February...

STC INSISO secures pilot project with Network Rail

Aberdeen-headquartered problem-solving company, STC INSISO, has secured a pilot project with Network Rail for one of its latest innovative HSE tools.  In partnership with Lloyd’s...

Passengers reminded to plan ahead as major upgrades are set for Newcastle Central station

With major upgrades due to get underway this weekend, Network Rail is urging passengers to check before they travel to, from or through Newcastle...

Thousands of rail employees work “diligently” to keep services running for crowds of mourners

The chief executive of Network Rail has praised the rail industry for its efforts in transporting thousands of passengers to London to pay their...
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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...