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Reduction in rail journey times would support thousands of jobs, new RIA report reveals

The Rail industry Association (RIA) has released a report that reveals how a 10% reduction in rail journey times could lead to a boost of nearly...

RIA research highlights lack of transparency for suppliers

Railway Industry Association (RIA) has published its own Rail Network Enhancements Pipeline (RNEP), three years after the last announcement was made public by the...

GCRE invites supply chain partners to meet the buyer

The Global Centre of Rail Excellence (GCRE) is inviting prospective supply chain partners and suppliers to meet the buyer and find out more about...

Office of Rail and Road asks for views on next periodic review of HS1 Ltd

The Office of Rail and Road has launched its consultation asking stakeholders to provide their views on the processes and approach to the next...

Government urged to harness the private sector to deliver growth by rail businesses

Rail Partners, the trade body representing independent passenger and freight operating companies, has published a new report setting out an immediate step government can...

RSSB signs Memorandum of Understanding with Korea Railroad Research Institute

RSSB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI), enabling more collaboration in research and development to further...

Rail Sees Popularity Boost as Business Travellers Seek to Avoid “Travel Dead Time”

New research from Trainline Partner Solutions (TPS) shows rail travel is seeing a boost in popularity among business travellers, as hybrid working patterns become...

More trains on time than ever in East Anglia

The number of Greater Anglia trains running On Time increased this year compared to last year, new figures show. The Office of Rail and Road...

Northern Evidence Academic Forum highlights impacts of transport on people and communities

The next meeting of the Northern Evidence Academic Forum will take place tomorrow (28 September) at 12pm where academics will be discussing the wider impacts of...

Research reveals rail workers’ time off for poor health increases 42% in 2022 from 2019

Rail and bus workers took over 52.3 million days off work for illness between January 1 2019 and June 30 2022, at an estimated cost of £7.7...

Sustainability Sciences launches scheme to help SMEs achieve social value and sustainability success

A flurry of recent policy developments has brought sustainability and social value into sharp focus, especially for those within central government supply chains. The central...

Consultation on TfSE’s £45bn plan closes on Monday

Transport for the South East's (TfSE) 12-week public consultation on a £45 billion plan that sets out the steps to decarbonise the transport system across...
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TransPennine Express issues important advice for those travelling over the Christmas period

Rail operator TransPennine Express (TPE) is advising customers across the North and into Scotland to plan ahead with major engineering work by Network Rail planned to take place after Christmas into the New Year.

London Northwestern Railway confirms temporary suspension of Marston Vale Line train service

Trains on the Marston Vale Line between Bedford and Bletchley have been temporarily suspended after it was confirmed that the maintenance company that looks after the trains had entered administration.

IRSE launches series of 10-minute videos

The Institution of Railway Signal Engineers (IRSE) has launched its own series of online, informative videos – IRSE10///. Initially a series of six high quality,...

Key Carlisle rail routes reopen after freight derailment

More than 25,000 hours of work has taken place to get the railway restored after a freight train derailment cut off two key rail...