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Fewer delays and more reliable services for Anglia passengers as Network Rail kicks off £2.2bn five-year programme
Tomorrow marks the beginning of a new era for rail passengers in East Anglia as Network Rail embarks on an ambitious £2.2bn five-year spending programme in the region.
Rail minister visits new £59m Ipswich rail link
Transport minister Stephen Hammond was in Ipswich on Friday 21 March to see the newly completed 1.2km stretch of railway built by Network Rail to increase capacity for freight trains and ease a major bottleneck affecting passenger services on the Great Eastern Main Line.
Network Rail seeks new talent for award-winning apprentice scheme
Places are now available for young people across Norfolk, Suffolk, Essex and Cambridgeshire for Network Rail’s successful three-year apprenticeship scheme. The company is seeking 15 new recruits at its maintenance depots in Norwich, Ipswich, Romford, Ely and Wanstead to help deliver the billions of pounds being invested in the coming years to provide a bigger, better, more efficient and more reliable railway.
Over 90 level crossings now closed on the Anglia route since 2010
The closure of a level crossing on the East Coast Main Line in Cambridgeshire means Network Rail has now reached its target, set in 2010, of closing 10% of Britain’s crossings – 750 in total – by April 2014, contributing to a reduction in the overall risk level crossings pose to the network by 25%.
Second phase completed for removing major bottleneck in Ipswich
A vital part of the Ipswich rail chord project which will provide more capacity for freight and fewer delays for passengers was delivered over the Christmas break moving the project a step closer to completion.
20:00 - Anglia region service update: storm impact
Richard Schofield, route managing director, Network Rail, said: “Fallen trees, debris and over-head line issues from today’s storm have impacted the railway in the region and we’d like to thank passengers for their patience.
Record investment of almost £1m a day in Anglia’s railway as Network Rail publishes its half-year results
New bridges, new lifts, new overhead power lines, new track, new footbridges; all have featured as record investment of almost £1m a day has been ploughed into the Anglia region’s railway over the past six months.
Could IT be a Herts girl? – Win first year's university fee in new Network Rail competition to encourage more women into technology sector
Network Rail's chief information officer is so concerned about the rapid slide in the number of women entering the UK's IT sector, she has launched a new competition for girls where the company will pay for the winner's first year of university fees.
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