Passengers on the north Cotswold Line are from today benefitting from extended platforms that allows passengers to board more carriages on GWR’s new fleet of Intercity Express Trains.
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Network Rail and Warrington Borough Council are to work together on the vital replacement of Stocks Lane railway bridge.
Network Rail is teaming up with an award-winning charity this Christmas Eve to provide a three-course festive dinner at Birmingham New Street station for up to 200 homeless people.
Network Rail is today taking immediate action to improve fencing in Uppermill, near Oldham, after news trespassers are still risking their lives near the railway.
The extent of Glasgow Queen Street’s transformation is being revealed as engineers start to build the steel skeleton of the new expanded concourse.
Passengers at Bristol Temple Meads to benefit from easier station access as new ticket barriers are officially opened
Two brand new ticket gate locations have been officially opened at Bristol Temple Meads station today (Monday 17 December) to allow for faster and easier access into and out of the station.
Network Rail and East Midlands Trains are reminding passengers of changes to train services this Christmas and New Year as over 160 Network Rail workers miss the festive period with their families to deliver vital upgrades to the Midland Main Line.
Passengers urged to check before they travel as work to transform the Southend Victoria branch line continues
Southend passengers using rail services at the weekends are urged to check before they travel as work to transform the line continues from January.
Network Rail is advising pedestrians and cyclists that Brayford Wharf East level crossing in Lincoln will temporarily close as a project to install a footbridge over the railway continues.
- More than £148m to be invested over the Christmas and New Year period
- Railway open for ‘business as usual’ as majority of the network is unaffected by upgrade work
- Service changes will be in place from Sunday 23 December to Tuesday 1 January