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Sunderland station entrance opens doors
Sunderland's multi-million-pound southern train station entrance has officially opened its doors today (Friday December 8).
East Coast Digital Programme progresses and introduces new customer communications
- Delivery of further upgrade work marks progress towards digital signalling on East Coast Main Line
- Report published by Transport Focus highlights passenger priorities for communicating digital signalling
- New East Coast Digital Programmme website and campaign material launched, explaining digital signalling and providing information about passenger impacts of work
Commuters look forward to more reliable services as first passenger trains run to City of London using digital signalling
- Trains run more efficiently because system allows drivers to ‘see’ much further ahead
- Significant milestone for the £1.4bn government-funded East Coast Digital Programme
Network Rail and DB Cargo colleagues scoop prestigious fundraising award
Colleagues from Network Rail and DB Cargo have been presented with a Heart of Gold award recognising their mammoth fundraising efforts for Yorkshire-based charity, Martin House Children’s Hospice, totalling a quarter-of-a-million pounds.
Motorists urged to plan ahead as key upgrades to Doncaster level crossing take place
Network Rail is urging motorists to leave extra time for their journeys as key upgrade work to Moss level crossing takes place.
Network Rail teams continue to fix complex landslip at Aycliffe as repair completion moves to Wednesday
Network Rail teams are continuing to work hard to repair the landslip at Aycliffe, near Darlington, but the complex nature of the fix and the landscape of the site has meant the work has taken longer to complete than expected.
Network Rail expects return to normal service on Tuesday after Aycliffe landslip
Network Rail expects rail services on the East Coast Main Line to return to normal from Tuesday after a landslip has caused disruption near Darlington.
Planned upgrade work to impact Thameslink and Great Northern passengers travelling to and from London on 3 December
- There will be an extremely limited train and replacement bus service between London and Peterborough, Cambridge, and Kings Lynn
- Buses will run to key stations only and many stations will not be served for the whole day
- Passengers urged to consider travelling a day earlier if possible
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