Muirhead Road in Baillieston will be closed for seven months from Monday February 12 to enable a multi-million pound investment to reconstruct the bridge over the railway.
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Network Rail is carrying out improvement work to the Cambrian Line, between Newtown and Aberystwyth, as part of its Railway Upgrade Plan. The £7.25m project will see 6km of track renewed over a period of 8 weeks.
Passengers and motorists reminded to plan ahead as £2.7 million new railway bridge in Portsmouth to be installed next week
- Life-expired Burnaby Road railway bridge in Portsmouth to be replaced between Monday 12 February and Friday 16 February 2018.
- Rail replacement buses in operation between Portsmouth Harbour and Portsmouth and Southsea, with diversion routes for motorists and pedestrians
- More than 50 Network Rail engineers and track staff will work around the clock to install
- New crossing, made from British steel, to replace the old bridge over the half-term break
Network Rail launches hard-hitting safety campaign to warn of dangers of trespassing on electrified railway
A multimedia campaign has been launched to spread an important railway safety message as work continues to electrify the Midland Main Line between Kettering, Corby and Bedford.
The latest phase of the Aberdeen-Inverness Improvement Project to upgrade the railway between the two cities is now underway in Aberdeen.
Passengers are being urged to check before they travel ahead of essential modernisation work between Cardiff and Newport this February.
Network Rail teams up with councils to tackle fly-tipping at railway aqueduct which is causing flood risk
Network Rail is working with Corsham Town Council and Wiltshire Council in a bid to stop fly tipping at the Potley Lane aqueduct in Corsham.
Network Rail today called for an end to the entirely avoidable stupidity of lorry drivers who crash into bridges because they don’t know the height of their vehicles.
The next phase of work to upgrade the signalling system on the Norwich, Yarmouth and Lowestoft railway lines begins on Saturday 10 February as part of a £68million investment.
A historic Ribble Valley tunnel is being lovingly restored as part of the Great North Rail Project.