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Station upgrades herald longer trains, less crowding and better journeys for south Cambridgeshire rail passengers
Rail passengers in South Cambridgeshire will soon benefit from longer trains that can carry more people as Network Rail begins work to extend platforms at three Cambridgeshire stations.
Christmas is coming and so is Network Rail’s upgrade work between London and Gatwick Airport
With a week to go until Christmas, Network Rail’s orange army are preparing for one of their busiest festive periods so far.
London Bridge station rebuilding continues through August Bank Holiday – please check before you travel
A major programme of improvement work will take place at London Bridge rail station this August Bank Holiday, preparing the way for bigger changes next year.
Network Rail engineer says ‘Don’t be put off by its manly exterior’ as company looks for more women to join its workforce
Female engineers who work to provide a better, more reliable railway for passengers in the east of England have thrown their support behind Women in Engineering Day on Tuesday June 23.
Record rail investment in East Anglia as Network Rail publishes its full-year results
More than £430m was invested in improving and expanding Britain’s rail network in East Anglia over the last 12 months, Network Rail revealed today in its full-year results for the 2013/14 financial year.
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.
Network Rail sets out response to challenges of growing railway in the east of England
- Network Rail sets out biggest investment in infrastructure since the Victorian era
- £2.2bn investment in the east of England to maintain and renew railway to boost capacity and deliver a more reliable service for passengers
Longer trains on longer platforms at Finsbury Park
Islington North MP Jeremy Corbyn (centre) opens one of the two platforms lengthened to accommodate the first 12-carriage trains at Finsbury Park flanked by (right) First Capital Connect managing director Neal Lawson and (left) Network Rail route director Phil Verster
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