Over 80 Network Rail workers will be giving up Christmas with their families to carry out vital upgrades to the railway in Peterborough.
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The London North Eastern and East Midlands route covers the East Coast Main Line from the Scottish border to London King's Cross station and the Midland Main Line from Sheffield to London St Pancras. The route covers the North East, Yorkshire, Lincolnshire, Bedfordshire, parts of Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire and the whole of the East Midlands. Train operators include Virgin Trains East Coast, Northern, East Midlands Trains, Transpennine Express, Grand Central Rail, First Hull Trains, Cross Country and Govia Thameslink Railway.
Latest news for this region
Network Rail workers will be giving up Christmas with their families to carry out vital upgrades to the railway in Doncaster.
A new platform which will allow more trains to run through Doncaster and improve reliability of journeys for passengers has been officially opened.
Network Rail will be holding a media event on Monday, 12 December at Doncaster station to mark the opening of the newly installed platform 0.
Network Rail is urging Kirby Muxloe residents to close level crossing gates after use, after a spate of incidents where the level crossing gates have been left open.
Network Rail will hold information events in Crossgates, Garforth and Selby next week to inform people living near the railway of vegetation removal work.
Network Rail will hold two information events in Dringhouses and Copmanthorpe next week to inform people living near the railway of vegetation removal work.
Network Rail has completed a project to install new pumps at Goole subway to minimise the risk of flooding during periods of heavy rain.
Plans for a phased programme of benefits to be delivered to customers as part of Northern Programmes - the largest railway upgrade in the north of England since Victorian times, were unveiled today (Thursday 10 November 2016).
Train services are returning to normal for Thameslink passengers and a full service is in operation on East Midlands Trains this morning (Friday 11 November). Engineers successfully tested and brought into service a new signalling control system after the old one was damaged beyond repair by a power surge.