Regions take on more as Network Rail's devolution journey continues
Network Rail’s new geographic regions, established in June, today took on accountability for the delivery of all projects within their borders, including track and signalling.
Passengers in the north of England warned of severe disruption owing to flooding
Network Rail and train operators are warning passengers of severe disruption on several routes across the north of England this morning as heavy rain has caused severe flooding on the railway.
Rail industry remembers WW1 fallen at centenary event
The rail industry came together yesterday (6 November) to commemorate the thousands of railway workers who lost their lives during World War 1.
Rail network open for business this Christmas and New Year
- Vast majority of railway remains open for ‘business as usual’ over the festive period
- Only a few lines see major change where passengers are urged to check before they travel
Bridging the visualisation gap – using augmented reality to show the next generation of railway footbridges
Use of AR – a first for Network Rail – puts architects’ designs into passengers’ smartphones.
British Safety Council awards Network Rail’s IP Track teams Globe of Honour for sustainability
Network Rail’s Infrastructure Projects (IP) Track team has been awarded a Globe of Honour by the British Safety Council (BSC).
Network Rail leaders make Financial Times list of influential females in engineering
Two Network Rail leaders have been internationally recognised as being among the most influential females in engineering.
Network Rail cloud migration project recognised as industry leader
- Two-year IT transformation project involving Network Rail and partners
- One of Europe’s largest enterprise resource planning software migrations
- Savings of £2m on overhead costs alone
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