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Crowborough and East Grinstead stations both benefit from step-free access for the first time, thanks to over £9m invested to improve accessibility
Network Rail is managing and delivering station accessibility enhancements as part of the Department for Transport’s Access for All programme. Work will begin on the 1 November 2021 with completion in Autumn 2022.
Essential maintenance on the Brighton Main Line this weekend - check before you travel
Passengers travelling between Three Bridges and Gatwick Airport are advised to check before they travel this weekend as Network Rail continues work on a major upgrade of the Brighton Main Line.
No trains between London Victoria and East Croydon this weekend (Saturday 16 to Sunday 17 October) due to important railway upgrades
The project to modernise 1980s track and signalling on lines into London Victoria station will improve reliability and help even more passenger and freight trains arrive on time.
Network Rail announces nine-day closure of Brighton Main Line between Three Bridges, Brighton and Lewes, in Sussex, for major engineering work
Network Rail engineers will use a nine-day closure of the Brighton Main Line in February next year, to deliver an £11m junction renewal near Haywards Heath and build a new underpass at Hassocks.
Changes to services between Littlehampton and Brighton as Network Rail engineers tackle landslip risk site at Hove
- In order to stabilise the cutting and protect the railway from rockfall, engineers will be installing 1,012 rock bolts into the ground
- Passengers are advised to check either Southern or National Rail enquiry websites before they travel as services between Littlehampton and Brighton will change
Over £1.8 billion spent across the south on improvements with passengers returning to the railway more than 18 months after the first lockdown, Network Rail’s Sussex route says “welcome back”
- Network Rail Sussex route, which maintains and operates tracks from London Victoria and London Bridge to commuter towns of south London, parts of Surrey, Croydon and Brighton, spent over £643m maintaining and upgrading the railway during lockdown, so passengers came back to a better railway
- Enhancements worth over £150m included the continued work to upgrade Gatwick and Crawley stations
- Passengers welcomed back with enhanced cleaning and advised to wear masks in crowded stations.
Over £1.8 billion spent across the south on improvements with passengers returning to the railway more than 18 months after the first lockdown, Network Rail’s Southern region says “welcome back”
Network Rail’s Southern region has invested over £1.8 billion in the railway to support the country in its mission to ‘build back better’ so passengers can feel confident and safe when they return to travelling by train.
After nine days of work and a £22m investment, the railway through Horsham reopened today (Monday), with passengers thanked for their patience
In all, more than 40 miles of railway was closed, from Saturday, 14 August, until Sunday, 22 August, for a mixture of upgrades and maintenance across over 120 different sites. Buses replaced trains between Arundel, Horsham, Crawley and Dorking for the nine days.
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