Lincoln High Street footbridge has reopened after repairs were successfully completed.
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Innovative, new grinding trains will help passenger and freight trains run smoothly and safely for years to come
Network Rail has unveiled three new grinding trains costing £36m, which we be deployed across Great Britain to keep the track in good condition and provide passengers with a smooth, reliable journey.
The multi-million pound trains, which remove small layers of metal from the railhead, represent a significant investment for Network Rail route services who worked with industry partners Loram and Colas Rail to design, build and maintain the new, improved models.
Wigan Wallgate station has been preserved for future generations thanks to a £1.014m upgrade to the main building and canopy.
Residents of Oxford have been invited to a drop-in event next week ahead of work which will enable capacity improvements and reliability through the city as part of Network Rail’s Oxford Corridor railway upgrade scheme.
Network Rail will shortly submit a planning application for work at Stirling station, including creating step-free access to all platforms.
Work which was scheduled to install drainage on Rockingham Road in Market Harborough has been postponed.
Network Rail is inviting residents to find out more about upcoming railway vegetation work on the railway between Blackrod and Bolton.
Network Rail has thanked north Wales residents and passengers for their patience after completing essential upgrade work in Rhyl.
Few people realise the key role Torfaen in South Wales plays in connecting people, businesses and communities across Great Britain.