A new look Hackney Wick London Overground station was officially unveiled today (Thursday 24 May) by Sir Peter Hendy CBE, Chair of Network Rail and London Legacy Development Corporation, delivering major improvements for Londoners and businesses in the surrounding area.
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Shocking CCTV footage shows scale of misuse at Thurrock level crossing, as two people are fined for trespass
Shocking footage from Network Rail shows the scale misuse at Grays station level crossing on station approach, as two people are fined for trespassing.
New research reveals lack of knowledge about railway dangers leads to more people taking risks at level crossings in Anglia
New research from Network Rail reveals a quarter1 of Anglia residents think crossing a motorway on foot is more dangerous than crossing the railway on foot, despite the fact that trains cannot swerve out of the way. This lack of awareness is causing more people to take risks, with only 33% identifying that crossing when barriers are down and no train is coming is a risk and only 21% recognising that crossing when the lights are flashing is a risk.
Shepreth level crossing on Station Road has reopened following a complete overhaul to improve safety.
Passengers travelling on the line between Norwich and London are set to get a more punctual train service following essential railway upgrades at Ilford over the bank holiday weekend.
A bigger and better railway for Southend, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex passengers following May Day upgrades
Rail passengers from Southend, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex can look forward to a bigger and better railway following upgrades carried out over the bank holiday weekend.
Southend passengers are set to benefit from a bigger and better railway as work ramps up to upgrade the Southend Victoria branch line.
Network Rail has joined with passenger, train and freight organisations in the Anglia region to form a dedicated Route Supervisory Board to drive improvements to the region’s rail network.
Passengers in Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Southend are asked to check before they travel ahead of the two May bank holiday weekends.