The transformation of Gatwick Airport station has moved an important step closer after a planning application was submitted for a major redevelopment.
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Network Rail South East Route manages the 2,000 miles of railway from London Victoria, Charing Cross, London Bridge, St Pancras and Cannon Street into South London, Kent, Sussex, and Surrey. A quarter of all the trains in the country run on our route, with more than 5,100 services every weekday (1.8m in total last year). More than 510m people travel with us every year and we employ more than 3,000 staff to keep them moving. Train operators in the region are Southeastern, Govia Thameslink Railway, Eurostar and London Overground Rail Operations Ltd (LOROL).
Latest news for this region
Passengers in the South East are reminded to check before travelling by train this Easter as Network Rail is set to carry out a £10m programme of work to improve the region’s rail network.
Street artist Jimmy C, known in London for his work paying tribute to David Bowie and William Shakespeare, has produced a major work of art in memory of the London Bridge terror attacks.
Almost 30m Southeastern railway passengers every year can enjoy free drinking water thanks to a water fountain opened today by Network Rail at London Charing Cross.
Reliability boost for Brighton Main Line passengers as Network Rail completes railway upgrade between Redhill and Gatwick
The hundreds of thousands of passengers using the Brighton Main Line every weekday can look forward to more reliable journeys after Network Rail completed an upgrade of the railway between Redhill and Gatwick.
Network Rail is to reopen the level crossing in Barns Green on Thursday this week, following the tragic incident last month.
Passengers in Kent can look forward to more reliable train services to and through London as Network Rail today confirmed a major programme of work to upgrade the Sevenoaks tunnel and the railway which runs through it.
Railway neighbours invited to Catford community meeting as Network Rail prepares to replace Victorian bridge
A Victorian railway bridge in Catford, south east London, is set to be replaced in May as Network Rail continues its Railway Upgrade Plan in the South East.
Passengers who use Stone Crossing station in Kent will have a safer way of getting across the railway after a new £3m footbridge opened today (Monday February 26).
A major redevelopment of the railway through central Croydon to transform railway performance and potentially allow more trains to run on the Brighton Main Line – including a new, expanded East Croydon station, extra tracks and flyover junctions – moved a step closer today with confirmation of government funding for Network Rail to deliver the design stages of the project.