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RSSB: Positive safety performance ahead of lockdown, but there’s still work to do

Britain's railways continue to hold a very positive safety record, but industry must continue to collaborate to tackle risks under pressure, says RSSB.

South Western Railway completes trial of new technology to help passengers breathe more easily

South Western Railway has completed a revolutionary trial of new technology which successfully reduces harmful emissions from diesel trains by over 90%. In partnership with...

£9.4m for 25 pioneering projects set to revolutionise British rail travel

Automatic de-icing concrete on platforms and a rapid seat reservation-swapping service could soon make journeys easier by banishing slippery surfaces in winter and guaranteeing...

Calls for HS2 rail link to run to Scotland – which would lead to journeys to London in just over 3 hours

A new report published this week has called for the HS2 rail link to run to Scotland - a move which cut the travel...

Findings of the Rail Supply Group coronavirus survey revealed

The Rail Supply Group (RSG) has revealed the findings of a survey set up to get the views of businesses supplying the rail industry...

Exclusive data reveals passenger behaviour towards rail is shifting

The number of rail journeys taken in Great Britain decreased by 51.0 million (11.4%) in 2019-20 Q4 compared with 2018-19 Q4 as the public...

New ORR stats reveal dramatic fall in rail passenger journeys following the coronavirus pandemic

Rail passenger journeys in Great Britain saw a dramatic fall towards the end of the quarter ending in March of this year following the...

Transport Decarbonisation Plan risks UK slipping behind EU on decarbonising freight

The Rail Freight Group (RFG) is urging the Government to include a target for increasing rail freight use in the forthcoming Transport Decarbonisation Plan....

Freight rail usage and performance 2019-20 Q4 stats

The volume of rail freight moved in the UK dropped to 16.6 billion net tonne kilometres in the 2019-20 financial year – the lowest...

Do you understand data? TVS does

Do you understand data? Sounds an easy question to answer, but unless your data is comprehensively managed, then the answer to the question more...

Travelling to work by train associated with reduced risk of early death

People who walk, cycle and travel by train to work are at reduced risk of early death or illness compared with those who commute...

The case for a new railway station at Haxby – have your say

City of York Council is asking residents and businesses to have their say on the Council's plans for a new railway station in Haxby. The...
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Final call for nominations for the Women in Rail Awards 2022!

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Measures put in place after Elizabeth line Crossrail breach

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Network Rail about to carry out tree-mendous biodiversity work

A new trial to improve biodiversity will soon start on the West Highland Line between Craigendoran and Helensburgh Upper. As part of the project, trees...

In The News | 20th January 2022 | Latest Rail News

Click here to listen to the latest rail news on Thursday, 20th January 2022 InTheNews: The latest rail news on Thursday, 20th January 2022 Londoners will...