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Customers who refuse to wear a face covering on public transport risk being fined as national regulations reintroduced

People travelling on public transport must wear face coverings for the duration of their journey from today or risk being fined, unless they are...

Train services continue to be affected in aftermath of Storm Arwen

Storm Arwen had a major impact on rail services over the weekend and services will continue to be affected this week. Speed restrictions were in...

Applications now open for Lab by Transport for Wales’ innovation programme

Recruitment is underway for the fourth instalment of Wales’ leading rail-dedicated innovation programme. Lab by Transport for Wales is a pioneering 12-week accelerator programme offering...

Public donations top £120,000 as appeal to restore historic railway station starts to sparkle

An appeal to restore a heritage railway station which has featured in Downton Abbey and scores of TV programmes and films is steaming ahead...

Storm hits Scotland hardest – causing major rail disruptions

Storm Arwen hit the UK at the weekend, killing at least three and causing major disruption to travel. Winds of near 100 miles per hour...

Rail Director: HS1 CEO Dyan Crowther on moving forward on climate change as an entire system

The Chief Executive of HS1 has told Rail Director that the system can’t be sustainable if we don’t take the supply chain and the...

Santa’s helper recycles 3,000 train tickets to deck the ticket halls of Ashford International this Christmas

Sleigh hello to Southeastern’s very own Santa’s helper, Estelle Waters, who recycled 3,000 train tickets to deck the ticket halls of Ashford International and...

Strike on Tube tomorrow (Friday) appears imminent

With talks having so far proved unsuccessful, RMT has confirmed that strikes will go ahead on the Tube tomorrow (Friday). The argument centres around changes...

Heritage line’s General Manager to retire after 40 years in the rail industry

The North Norfolk Railway announced that General Manager, Andrew Munden, will retire in January after five years at the helm of the popular tourist...

Next generation of train drivers sign up to Transport for Wales apprenticeship scheme

The next generation of train drivers have signed-up to Transport for Wales' (TfW) new apprenticeship scheme – the first of its kind in Wales. TfW...

Top award for Great Western Railway HR director

Great Western Railway’s (GWR) Ruth Busby has been named HR Director of the Year at the Personnel Today Awards 2021. Ruth was praised by judges...

Rail Delivery Group Selects Unicard to Deliver Smart Rail Ticketing for Multiple UK Train Operators

Unicard LTD, an established provider of smart ticketing and payment solutions to the public and commercial transport sectors, today announced that the Rail Delivery...
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Specialist trains help deliver improvements for Network Rail

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Intercity operator gets accreditation for accessible website

Avanti West Coast says it is the first train operator to win an accreditation from the Shaw Trust for the accessibility of its website. Accordingly,...