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Arriva Trains Wales and Network Rail thank passengers for their patience during Storm Doris yesterday - which caused widespread disruption to much of the rail network.
Warwick railway station is to be fitted with lifts and ramps to make it more accessible for all train passengers, Network Rail said today.
Network Rail has joined forces with regional train companies Great Western Railway (GWR) and Heathrow Express, to create a new joint supervisory board to drive improvements, in the latest stage of the companies’ commitment to working closer together to improve passenger experience.
Network Rail has appointed Jason Bridges into a new key role of Chief Operating Officer for its Wessex route, which includes all services to and from Waterloo, to strengthen the daily focus on delivering a safe and reliable railway.
Network Rail’s mission to work ever closer with train and freight operators is becoming a reality, with closer than ever ties between the track operator and the companies running services to improve customers’ experiences.
Temporary speed restrictions are being imposed tomorrow (Thu) on the West Coast main line in advance of Storm Doris making landfall.
Passengers are advised to check before travelling on Thursday as gale force winds from Storm Doris have prompted Network Rail to put speed restrictions in place in the South East of England. As a result, there will be changes to some Southern, Southeastern and Gatwick Express services.
Britain’s first asymmetrical network arch railway bridge was dramatically installed on Tuesday (21 February) - a major landmark in a Network Rail scheme that, once complete, will bring transformative benefits for train customers across the North of England.