- Stainer Street transformed into ‘pedestrian-only’ walkway for first time reconnecting communities on either side of station
- Adorned by artwork by leading South London artist Mark Titchner offering visitors a chance to reflect
Latest news for this region
Network Rail has teamed up with Thomas the Tank Engine to help educate children about railway safety.
Network Rail has teamed up with the world’s most famous blue engine and pre-schooler favourite, Thomas the Tank EngineTM, to help children learn how to be safe when using the railway.
Network Rail’s Infrastructure Project’s (IP) Track team has been awarded three Safety Swords of Honour by the British Safety Council (BSC).
Network Rail has announced that a major multimillion pound project to improve safety at Brayford Wharf level crossing in Lincoln will begin on Monday, 29 October.
Work is now underway on a six-month programme at Cleland station to deliver a £3m investment to improve accessibility.
Sussex rail passengers urged to have their say on ‘transformational’ plans to boost reliability on London to Brighton line
Passengers and the public across East and West Sussex will be able to have their say on proposals for a major railway upgrade to improve punctuality, speed up journey times and enable more trains to run on the Brighton Main Line.
Croydon residents urged to have their say on plans to boost rail reliability and transform East Croydon station
People in Croydon will be able to have their say on proposals for a major railway upgrade – including the expansion and redevelopment of East Croydon station – after Network Rail today announced a six-week public consultation will take place in November and December.
Consultation announced on ‘transformational’ plan to remove Britain’s worst railway bottleneck and provide a step-change in reliability
People across the south east of England will be able to have their say on proposals for a major railway upgrade to improve punctuality, speed up journey times and enable more trains to run on one of the country’s busiest main lines.
Network Rail is holding a series of community drop-in sessions this autumn to update residents and the local community on its ongoing work to improve resilience of the railway between Dawlish and Teignmouth in Devon.