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Residents invited to a Pembroke Tunnel drop-in event
Network Rail is inviting residents to a drop-in event to find out more about essential maintenance work at Pembroke Tunnel, west Wales, which will improve the resilience and reliability of the railway for passengers.
Regions take on more as Network Rail's devolution journey continues
Network Rail’s new geographic regions, established in June, today took on accountability for the delivery of all projects within their borders, including track and signalling.
Newport residents invited to drop-in event to find out more about station track replacement work
Passengers and residents in Newport are invited to a drop-in event to find out more about work taking place at the station over Christmas which will maintain a safe and reliable railway.
Stonea underpass closed for up to a year following bridge strike
The underpass at Stonea on the Ely-Peterborough railway line between March and Manea will remain temporarily closed for safety reasons until late 2020 to allow for crucial repair works
Train passengers warned of very busy trains this Saturday due to strike action
Football fans, revellers and Christmas shoppers in the Midlands are being warned of busier-than-usual trains this Saturday.
Harbury residents invited to learn more about railway embankment upgrade
Residents in Warwickshire are invited to find out more about a major piece of work to protect the Chiltern main line from landslips.
Ashford and Kent rail passengers advised to check before they travel this weekend and over Christmas
Ashford and Kent rail passengers are advised to check before they travel this weekend, 23-24 November and between 26 – 29 December, as Network Rail works to improve the railway between Ashford International and Canterbury West stations.
Central support for Glasgow City Mission
Glasgow Central station is encouraging passengers to show their generosity this Thursday by donating clothes and toiletries to the Glasgow City Mission.
Network Rail and British Transport Police urge revellers to take care as alcohol-related incidents reach record levels on Britain’s railways
Network Rail and British Transport Police are urging rail passengers to make sure the only thing they regret after a night out over the Christmas period is a lighter bank balance or a hangover, as newly-released figures show a 30% increase in drink-related incidents on the railway in the last decade.