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MTR UK bids farewell to Steve Murphy

MTR UK, a subsidiary of MTR Corporation, has announced that Steve Murphy, CEO of MTR UK, will be leaving MTR after 17 years of...

Unite London underground workers accept pay deal but says transport issues remain in capital

Members of the Unite union employed on London Underground have accepted an improved pay offer. The deal which members overwhelmingly accepted will see pay for...

RIA scoops three coveted Trade Association Forum awards

The Railway Industry Association (RIA) has won three gongs at the national 2024 Trade Association Forum (TAF) Awards, including the coveted Trade Association of...

QTS Group announces new senior hires to bolster transport team

National rail contractor, QTS Group, has bolstered its senior leadership team with two appointments. Allan Reid has been appointed in the role of Group Transport...

Retirees depart after last shift signalling the end of era after 78 years’ joint service

Two Avanti West Coast colleagues who amassed over 70 years’ service together have bid farewell to railways after completing their final shifts. Dave Leng and...

Consultancy firm hires experienced MD to help it grow into a ‘Northern Powerhouse’

James Redmayne has joined Zinc Consult as Managing Director after being won over by the firm’s ambition and workplace culture. Launched almost a decade ago...

Network Rail joins Samaritans to remind public small talk is no small thing

Network Rail has joined Samaritans, British Transport Police and the wider rail industry to remind the public that small talk can be lifesaving as...

Rail Partners’ annual George Bradshaw Address

Rail Partners has hosted the annual rail industry event, the George Bradshaw Address, where it called on the main parties to ‘follow the evidence’...

SYSTRA’s Charlotte Woodhall-Jones named as one of the Top 20 Women in Ground Engineering 2024

SYSTRA has announced that Charlotte Woodhall-Jones has been chosen as one of the Top 20 Women in Ground Engineering. Charlotte joined SYSTRA in December...

COVID plaque unveiled by Network Rail Chair and Railway Mission Chaplain

A commemorative brass plaque has been unveiled at the National Railway Museum by Network Rail Chair Lord Peter Hendy of Richmond Hill and Angela...

Station unveils blue plaques in remembrance of railway war heroes

Bridlington station has unveiled two new blue plaques to celebrate local World War Two railway heroes, whose story was discovered by a historian. Train...

SYSTRA appoints David White as Director of Health, Safety, Security & Sustainability

SYSTRA Ltd has appointed David White as Director of Health, Safety, Security & Sustainability to lead the business’ commitment to keeping colleagues safe and...
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Train operator Lumo in discussions to operate Glasgow services

FirstGroup has announced that its open access rail service Lumo is in discussions with Transport Scotland and Network Rail to extend some of its...

Costain moves headquarters to City of London

Costain has announced that the company’s headquarters will be relocating to 70 St Mary Axe, a new, modern head office in the heart of...

AARC innovates in Wales

Rail consultancy AARC Professional Services Limited (AARCPS) will be showcasing its training expertise when it makes an appearance at the Railway Industry Association’s (RIA)...

Fenix Rail Systems completes depot control system commissioning at £70 million new facility

Depot control and signalling specialist Fenix Rail Systems has completed the final commissioning of Gosforth train depot's new control system. It carried out the...