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Revamped King’s Cross station provides double boost for local economy
Investment in London’s transport infrastructure is playing a vital role in stimulating economic growth, say local business leaders in King’s Cross, as the station marks the first birthday of the stunning new western concourse.
Drop-in session to find out more about work to remove major rail bottleneck near Ipswich
Residents will be able to find out about work to build a new stretch of track that will help to take more freight off the roads and onto rail.
Network Rail launches its 2013 apprenticeship scheme in the east of England
There are around 240 places available on the national 2013 Network Rail advanced apprenticeship scheme, with 13 roles in the Anglia route in Ipswich, Romford, Ely and east London. Network Rail wants educators and young people alike to realise the future career opportunities that an apprenticeship can bring, including a university education at work.
Network Rail launches its 2013 apprenticeship scheme in Bedford
Young people in Bedford are being urged to consider becoming an apprentice with Network Rail as the company launches its 2013 advanced apprenticeship scheme.
Cable gang who cost railway almost £715k jailed
Six men whose attacks on railway and communications cable across Hertfordshire, Essex, Leicestershire, Buckingham and London cost almost £715,000 have been jailed.
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
Passengers in the east of England urged to take care when travelling this Christmas
290 people have been involved in slips, trips or falls at stations across the Anglia route in 2011/12 – the majority at Liverpool Street station - so Network Rail is urging passengers to watch their step in the run up to Christmas.
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