Work to improve reliability for train passengers in and out of Liverpool was completed successfully last night.
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The railway between London Euston, the West Midlands, the North West and Cumbria fully reopened today after a series of vital upgrades over the Christmas break.
Major upgrades have been completed on the region’s rail network to make improvements for passengers in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and East London.
Network Rail successfully completes major project to move signalling to modern Rail Operating Centre in York
Whilst most people were enjoying the festive period with their families, 35 Network Rail workers were busy moving control of the signalling system from the Integrated Electronic Control Centre (IECC) to the state of the art Rail Operating Centre (ROC) in York.
Passengers returning to work today (2 January) are benefiting from more reliable infrastructure, improved facilities and services after a £148m Christmas programme of investment across the network successfully completed on-time today.
Network Rail’s ‘team orange’ complete Christmas railway upgrades to benefit South Western Railway passengers
Network Rail’s ‘team orange’ have successfully carried out a number of upgrades over the festive period to provide a better, more reliable train service for passengers on the south western rail network.
Network Rail is advising residents, businesses and motorists that the planned closure of Armthorpe Lane road bridge, Doncaster will begin on 8 January 2019.
Nantwich residents and rail passengers are reminded of the temporary closure Newcastle Road level crossing in January, as Network Rail team deliver essential renewal work to the crossing.
Network Rail will begin the second and final phase of refurbishment work to Caerleon Road railway bridge on Friday 4 January.
Major track renewal at Milton Keynes station has been completed on time as part of Network Rail’s £148m engineering programme over Christmas.