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Read the latest RailDirector online now

We are excited to announce that the January edition of our RailDirector magazine is now available to be viewed online for free

Over 2,000 exclusive copies have already been sent to rail industry leaders and subscribers, but now thousands more can click here to view the rail magazine people are talking about.

As readers of our previous editions will have come to expect, the first issue of 2021 covers everything from track to train, including exclusive interviews with the people who are transforming the railways for the better.


Network Rail’s Ellie Burrows talks about leading the £2.2 billion transformation of Anglia’s railways and her own personal journey in the industry.

She said: “It has been challenging but also a great opportunity to quickly understand how the organisation works under pressure and get a grasp of our strengths and areas of improvement.

“We have delivered a lot over the last year and throughout all of this delivered a high level of reliability to our passengers and users. That’s down to the amazing teams across Anglia, who never fail to impress.”

Also featuring in January’s edition are interviews with the Chief Executive of Office of Rail and Road John Larkinson, the co-founder of Muslims in Rail Nasir Khan, and the technology driving earthworks asset management.

Editor, Dean Bruce, said: “We’ve already received some wonderful feedback from those who have received hard copies of the magazine, so we are delighted to upload January’s edition for more readers to enjoy.

“Some fantastic work is being undertaken on the railways which is being led by some incredible individuals, some of whom we are proud to feature in RailDirector. I hope everyone enjoys the latest edition.”

This issue also sees the second edition of Platform 1 – the first point of call for rail industry innovation – where we fix the spotlight on a series of upcoming products, services and organisation that are set to transform the industry.

Christian Wiles, who leads the RBDPublications team, says sales spots for Platform 1 and the magazine on the whole, are filling up quickly for February’s edition.

He said: “It is incredible in such a short space of time how much of an impact we are having on the rail industry. We have received great feedback and positive comments about the magazine, it’s amazing how many businesses are approaching us who have seen the benefits of featuring in RailDirector.

“February’s magazine is filling up very quickly, so I would recommend people get in touch now if they want to feature among a host of exciting features we’ve got lined up.”

Click here to subscribe to RailDirector magazine and get the latest news, analysis and views from the rail industry delivered straight to your door.

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