Stations days shines a light on London Liverpool Street
A day to celebrate the country’s 2,563 railway stations in being used to showcase the improvements at the third busiest station, London Liverpool Street.
Southend United Community & Educational Trust joins forces with Network Rail to help kick out rail trespass
Teaching young people how to stay safe on the railway has been given a boost with a partnership between Network Rail and Southend United Community & Educational Trust (CET), the official charity of Southend United Football Club, to kick out trespassing on the tracks.
What a re-leaf: Network Rail works with operators to keep trains running this autumn
There is some ‘re-leaf’ for passengers, as trains designed to blast leaves off the line are just one of a number of measures to keep passengers moving this autumn.
Six people a month risk their life to cross the tracks
Over six people a month are putting their lives at risk by walking across the tracks at a level crossing in Grays.
Weekend work starts soon to improve Fen Line services
Work will start next month at key locations on the Fen Line between King’s Lynn and Cambridge to improve services for passengers.
Network Rail awards Ilford and Romford station upgrade contract
The contract to complete Network Rail’s upgrade of east London stations for the Crossrail project has been awarded to VolkerFitzpatrick.
Drivers warned to not jump the barriers at Essex level crossings
Drivers are being warned to be patient at busy levels crossings in Essex following two incidents on the same day in close proximity to each other.
Ipswich Town FC join forces with Network Rail to help kick out rail trespass
The drive to tackle the issue of railway trespass has been given a boost with Network Rail teaming up with Ipswich Town Football Club to teach young people about the dangers of the railway.
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