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Programme of essential track improvements successfully completed on Anglia’s rail network
Essential track works in the Norfolk, Suffolk and Cambridgeshire areas have been completed to keep rail services running safely and reliably for passengers across the region.
Senior railway engineer encourages more women to join the industry she loves
One of Network Rail’s senior engineers, who is leading on making the railway better for the Anglia region, wants to encourage other women to consider jobs in the rail industry, as part of International Women in Engineering Day (Wednesday 23 June).
Network Rail return to deliver upgrades between Ely and Peterborough
Rail passengers travelling between Ely and Peterborough will benefit from a more reliable service following wheel timber renewals across four bridges near Manea, starting Saturday 11 September 2021.
Cambridge South station takes a step towards reality
Network Rail has submitted a Transport and Works Act Order (TWAO) application to seek deemed planning permission to build the new station and associated infrastructure which will serve the southern fringe of Cambridge and the biomedical campus.
Network Rail issues warning after hundreds of incidents at level crossings across Anglia
Network Rail is issuing a warning on International Level Crossings Awareness Day to remind people to use level crossings safely as new figures show that 81 incidents have already occurred in the Anglia region since the start of the year.
New safety equipment given the green light at ten level crossings across Anglia
Network Rail has installed new equipment at ten level crossings across Anglia to make them safer.
Network Rail’s 3000th apprentice takes up his station at Suffolk signal box
Signalling apprentice, Thomas Briggs, based at Saxmundham in Suffolk, has become Network Rail’s 3000th apprentice since the apprenticeship levy launched in April 2017. The levy was introduced by the government to fund new apprenticeships, creating opportunities for school leavers like Thomas and helping to develop the existing workforce.
Bank Holiday weekend rail works deliver reliability improvements across Anglia
Network Rail has completed essential track works over the Bank Holiday weekend on the Great Eastern Main Line to reduce the number of delays and cancellations between Norwich and London.
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