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Life-saving equipment installed at more Greater Anglia rail stations

Greater Anglia has installed life-saving heart resuscitators at more of its stations in Cambridgeshire, Essex, Norfolk and Suffolk. Fifteen Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) have been...

BTP praise station staff for brave apprehension of violent, armed teen

A 14-year old boy was arrested at Lancaster station this week, following a violent attack on a member of staff. The teen, who was apprehended...

Flooding in London causes mass disruption to rush hour

Several rail routes in the capital have been disrupted this morning due to heavy rain causing flooding. Severe delays have been experiences on the Gatwick...

Cannabis grinder causes mass evacuation at Birmingham New Street

Birmingham New Street station ‘ground’ to a halt on Monday evening, as everyone was evacuated following the discovery of what was believed to be...

Controlled derailment causes weekend travel chaos in Liverpool

Merseyrail trains were suspended for hours on Friday evening, following a controlled derailment just outside of Liverpool Central at 2pm. The train was travelling at...

Drones to zone in on track trespassers

Network Rail and the British Transport Police now have an eye in the sky when it comes to tracking down wrong-doers on the network.  Using...

Investigations continue into Carlisle freight train derailment

Engineers have been inspecting the damaged caused following the derailment of a freight train in Carlisle this week. An initial scope of damage to tracks,...

Keltbray recognised with global accreditation in psychological health and wellbeing

Keltbray has become one of the first organisations to be certified against BSI’s new standard, ISO 45003. The new global standard is the first giving...

RAIB Report: Collision between a train and agricultural equipment at Kisby user worked crossing

Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) has released a report into a collision between a freight train and agricultural equipment at Kisby user worked crossing,...

RAIB report: Collision between a train and trolley at Challow

Rail Accident Investigation Branch (RAIB) has today released a report into a collision between a passenger train and a hand trolley at Challow, Oxfordshire. The...

Nottinghamshire residents spark level crossing concern after troubling CCTV footage emerges

Network Rail has issued a warning to a local community in Nottinghamshire after a sharp rise in reckless behaviour at a level crossing has...

“We don’t want another family to experience what we have been through” – bereaved parents urge others to talk to their children about the...

The parents of a young boy who was electrocuted by overhead power cables have launched a new rail safety campaign film in conjunction with...
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Transport community supports campaign to end violence against women and girls

Network Rail, Train Operating Companies (TOCs), Transport for London (TfL) and the British Transport Police (BTP) have thrown their support, once again, behind the...

Linbrooke Services Ltd and Network Rail lend a hand at UK’s last ‘railway nursery’

Volunteers from Linbrooke Services Ltd and Network Rail Capital Delivery put their skills to good use at Poppleton Community Railway Nursery on 17 November,...

SWR awarded accreditation for safeguarding vulnerable people on the railway

South Western Railway (SWR) has become the UK’s second train operator to achieve accreditation of the British Transport Police’s Safeguarding in Rail scheme, recognising...

Rail Business Daily team hit the streets to raise awareness for White Ribbon Day

The Rail Business Daily team is today helping to engage the rail industry in the White Ribbon campaign by volunteering at events being held...