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Two senior engineers at Network Rail are encouraging girls to follow in their footsteps and pursue careers in engineering, as the organisation celebrates International Women in Engineering Day 2017 at an event at London Waterloo station alongside John Hayes MP, minister of state at the Department for Transport.
Residents of Market Harborough are invited to a drop-in session ahead of major improvement work at the station.
Ashton-under-Lyne station will close between Saturday 8 and Sunday 31 July while engineering work takes place to enable better journeys between Manchester Victoria and Stalybridge.
- Network Rail’s female employees thank their male relatives for inspiring them and countering the perception that “engineering is not for girls”
- This International Women in Engineering Day, Network Rail is celebrating its female workforce and encouraging young females to follow in their footsteps
Welsh female engineers are calling for more women and girls to consider careers in engineering this International Women in Engineering Day.
A 12 week consultation about the future of Breich station will open on Monday, July 10, with views being sought from rail users and the local community.
A new audible warning system, alerting pedestrians and cyclists of approaching trains has made six footpath level crossings in Essex safer. Network Rail began rolling out the system at 18 level crossings across the Anglia region at the beginning of the year, making the railway safer and more reliable as part of its Railway Upgrade Plan.
A new audible warning system, alerting pedestrians and cyclists of approaching trains has made three footpath level crossings in Cambridgeshire safer. Network Rail began rolling out the system at 18 level crossings across the Anglia region at the beginning of the year, making the railway safer and more reliable as part of its Railway Upgrade Plan.