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Christmas is coming and Network Rail engineers are ready to unwrap more upgrades for busy Lewisham area of South East London
Network Rail engineers will be making more improvements to the busy railway around Lewisham this Christmas, continuing their efforts to improve reliability at one of London’s most congested spots.
London Bridge station marks International Day of Persons with Disabilities with special umbrella installation celebrating neuro-diversity
- This year's theme of neurodiversity is being celebrated through special 'umbrella' art at London Bridge, Victoria and Waterloo
- Stations will also be lit up in purple symbolising the new positive narrative about the contribution of disabled people in the workforce and the wider community, including at Network Rail.
New and improved Maidstone East station opens - providing welcoming gateway to town centre
A bigger, more spacious entrance and concourse with a brand-new waiting room, café and ticket office are just some of the benefits passengers will enjoy as part of a £5.2m upgrade to Maidstone East station.
Access for All at Canterbury East!
New £4.8m access scheme ensures passengers with mobility issues can get to and from trains without using stairs
Passengers across South East London and Kent asked to check before they travel ahead of £8m rail upgrade over festive period
- £8m upgrade to South East London’s railway through the Lewisham area being carried out over Christmas and New Year
- Improvements will help to provide a reliable service for passengers in heavily-congested part of network
- Service changes from Monday 27 December 2021 to Monday 3 January 2022 inclusive
Thank you to passengers as Hastings line reopens following landslip prevention project
- A week-long project to prevent landslips between Tunbridge Wells and Hastings has further reduced the risk of disruption as the industry works to win back customers.
- Stations painted and cleaned, platform surfaces improved and biodiversity enhancements completed at five sites on the route.
- Climate change-related extreme weather means continued monitoring and improvement of rail network required across the region
Two more weeks for passengers to prepare for line closure from Tunbridge Wells to Hastings
- Strengthening of multiple steep-sided landslip-prone cuttings near Tunbridge Wells
- Work to refurbish Etchingham footbridge and improve bio-diversity along the line
- Bus replacement services will take passengers to their destinations while works are carried out
Crossing the railway in the village of Bobbing to be made safer for residents
Network Rail has unveiled plans to improve the safety of crossing a 90mph railway line at a village outside Sittingbourne in North Kent.
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