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Railway around Guildford reopens after biggest improvements for nearly 40 years
- 10 days of major engineering work over the Easter holidays completed on time
- Millions of passengers will benefit from a more reliable railway
- Brand new track and upgraded signalling equipment installed at Guildford station
- Speed restriction removed from St. Catherine’s Tunnel, scene of two landslips in 2019
Guildford rail improvement works on track - midpoint project update reveals scale of vital works delivered to date
The biggest rail investment in nearly four decades for the Guildford area has passed the half-way point as Network Rail engineers worked throughout the Easter holiday period to deliver vital passenger improvements.
Check before you travel in South East London this Easter as engineering work goes ahead in Hither Green area
Easter Bank Holiday engineering work is taking place on lines around Hither Green in South East London, to improve rail services in the region, meaning trains will be diverted or replaced by buses for four days.
Railway upgrade work in south London continues as coronavirus crisis brings change to engineering plans in South East
- Network Rail engineers have completed heavy maintenance work and track renewals at New Cross station, Westcombe Park and Bickley
- Coronavirus Crisis brings new look at engineering work as essential projects are prioritised to keep railway running safely for key workers and freight carrying food and medical supplies
Ops note: East Grinstead line reopened this morning (Monday) following landslip repairs
The railway between East Grinstead and Lingfield reopened to passenger trains this morning after nearly two months without services.
Network Rail on track to reopen East Grinstead line for Monday – but please do check before you travel and only travel if you have to
Network Rail remains on track to complete landslip repairs to reopen the East Grinstead railway line for key workers and passengers for whom travel is absolutely essential, on Monday 30 March, although the impact of the Coronavirus outbreak could still cause a delay.
Successful emergency landslip repair on target to reopen vital line between Salisbury and Romsey three days ahead of schedule
- Line on target to reopen on Saturday 28 March supporting key workers needing to travel and freight deliveries
- Repair involves building an access road through a flooded field and the installation of 250 metres of 13 metre deep steel sheets to secure the embankment
Network Rail Southern Region appeals for former professional signallers to help the railway keep key workers moving during coronavirus crisis
Network Rail Southern Region operations teams are working hard to keep signalboxes and control centres open 24/7, despite losing staff to self-isolation and sickness during the coronavirus crisis.
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