Network Rail is reminding motorists that work starts this weekend to upgrade a level crossing north of Doncaster to include state-of-the-art radar technology and full length barriers.
London North Eastern & East Midlands
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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
Rail diversions in West Yorkshire will stay in place until Monday after a landslip above a tunnel caused extensive damage.
Visitors to Leeds station can enjoy a free photography exhibition as Network Rail continues its support for the prestigious Landscape Photographer of the Year competition.
Network Rail is reminding motorists in Irchester, Wellingborough that a road bridge will close as they continue to upgrade the Midland Main Line.
Network Rail is reminding passengers travelling between Hull, Goole and Selby this Easter to check before they travel as work takes place to upgrade the signalling as part of the Great North Rail Project
Network Rail has successfully completed a major project of work to improve the drainage at Potters Bar station to reduce the risk of flooding to the subway.
Network Rail will continue their work to upgrade the Midland Main Line in Northamptonshire with improvements taking place at five key railway structures in the county.
Network Rail is inviting residents in Bedford to find out more about improvements to the railway as part of the Midland Main Line Upgrade.
Network Rail has issued a stark reminder to HGV drivers after a bridge strike in North Yorkshire resulted in the closure of both the rail and road networks.
Passengers between Kettering and Corby have begun using newly commissioned track and signalling installed by Network Rail marking the successful completion of a £130million capacity project.