Network Rail has awarded Bam Nuttall a contract for upgrade works to the Highland mainline – to help reduce journey times for customers.
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Network Rail Scotland look after Scotland’s railway and infrastructure, including the world-famous Forth Bridge which connects passengers in Fife, north of Edinburgh, with Edinburgh and the Borders. The ScotRail Alliance was formed in 2015 and is a close working relationship between Abellio ScotRail and Network Rail Scotland Route. The aim is to improve the railway in Scotland for passengers and businesses by working better together. While remaining separate companies, both organisations will work to achieve common aims and objectives led by a single managing director and senior management team under the ScotRail brand.
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The Alloa line reopened this morning (Monday, April 16) following the successful completion of a four-week long, multi-million-pound upgrade project to prepare the line for electric trains.
Network Rail’s proposals for step-free access to a new second platform at Dunbar Station have been approved by East Lothian Council.
Network Rail’s demolition and reconstruction of the bridge over the railway at Kerse Road in Stirling is about to enter its next phase.
The Edinburgh – Glasgow Central via Shotts line has re-opened to passengers following a 10 day closure to enable part of a £3.5m redevelopment of Livingston South station.
Passengers arriving at West Calder on Monday April 9 will notice a significant difference in their station with the removal of the old and opening of the new station footbridge.
Network Rail is upgrading two level crossings in Dingwall to full barriers to further improve safety for train passengers, pedestrians and motorists.
The ScotRail Alliance – a partnership between Network Rail Scotland and ScotRail - has published a performance improvement plan that will drive up standards and help to build the best railway Scotland has ever had.
Story Contracting has replaced Carillion as the main contractor for the platform extension works at Edinburgh Waverley.
Network Rail engineers will work around-the-clock over Easter to deliver a series of bridge works as part of the Aberdeen-Inverness (A2I) Improvement Project which will transform services in the north of Scotland.