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Passengers who must travel urged to plan ahead over Late May Bank Holiday weekend
- Passengers should only travel if they have to over forthcoming Late May Bank Holiday
- Network Rail’s engineering works – designed to improve passengers’ journeys in future – will affect some routes
- Passengers who do have to travel should check before they travel
Network Rail stations to commemorate VE Day with voices and music from the past
Stations around the country will echo the sounds of the past tomorrow (Friday) as they pay tribute to the people who gave their lives in the Second World War to bring peace to Europe.
Tees Valley Mayor launches £35million station transformation to deliver more trains to Middlesbrough
Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen has announced a £35million transformation of Middlesbrough Station to deliver more train services to the town, including the first direct rail link to London in decades.
Next phase of railway flyover demolition involves three of the UK’s largest cranes
Huge sections of a concrete flyover are being removed in order to build the first direct rail link between Oxford, Bedford, Milton Keynes and Aylesbury in more than 50 years.
Newly refurbished Newhaven Marine aggregate terminal focuses on freight
Network Rail has completed extensive modification and refurbishment to the network at the site of Newhaven Marine Station, developing rail freight capacity and supporting a low-carbon economy by removing the need for heavy goods vehicles (HGVs) on local roads.
Horden station enters service
A new multi-million-pound station in County Durham has opened to passengers.
Major upgrade of Peckham Rye station moves closer
Improvements for passengers who use Peckham Rye station have moved a step closer this week with Network Rail receiving £1m from the Department for Transport to develop designs for a more accessible station with more capacity and better facilities for passengers.
Level crossing cameras installed to catch motorists who endanger lives on the railway
Network Rail, on behalf of Greater Anglia, has started work to install red light safety enforcement (RLSE) cameras at 13 level crossings across Anglia.
Work on £1.5 billion investment into Midland Main Line continues – Passengers urged to check before travelling
Network Rail is continuing with work on a £1.5billion upgrade of the Midland Main Line which will improve journeys for all those using the route.
Network Rail to restart Queen Street project after investing £64m in Scotland in lockdown
Network Rail Scotland is restarting work on major construction projects across Scotland’s Railway following a three-month pause due to the COVID-19 lockdown.