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Passengers asked to plan ahead for travel over Christmas in Sussex
The vast majority of the rail network in Sussex will be open for normal Christmas and New Year train services and passengers can travel with confidence with rigorous and extensive cleaning regimes in place.
Goring-by-Sea footbridge in West Sussex to be refurbished thanks to £511,000 investment from Network Rail
Work is well under way to refurbish the footbridge at Goring-by-Sea station and provide a safer way of crossing the railway as part of Network Rail’s Railway Upgrade Plan.
International Day of Disabled Persons marked in Network Rail's Southern region with new mobility buggies and Changing Place facility
Spike in near misses at a level crossing in East Sussex prompts safety warning
Pedestrians in the Tidemills area are being reminded of the importance of obeying signals and signs at level crossings, following a spike in potentially dangerous incidents at the pedestrian level crossing near the site of the abandoned village of Tidemills in East Sussex.
Burgess Hill station in West Sussex receives £1.2m facelift
Network Rail has replaced two 50m canopies which stand over the platforms as well as making a raft of improvements to the station building.
Network Rail join forces with Southern Water and a local community group to recycle rainwater and help the environment
Network Rail are pleased to be working in partnership with the Southeast Communities Rail Partnership and Southern Water to recycle rainwater for use by station volunteer partners at West Worthing.
Network Rail reveal the ‘most bashed bridge’ after spike in incidents over the past year in south London
Network Rail is appealing to drivers of heavy goods vehicles to take more care around low bridges. Thurlow Park Road in Tulse Hill, London was the most hit bridge in the last year with 14 strikes, causing unnecessary delays and safety risks for rail passengers, motorists and locals.
Contactless donation points at London Bridge and Charing Cross station raise nearly £5,000 to help tackle homelessness
The railway’s first contactless donation points at London Bridge and Charing Cross station have raised nearly £5,000 to help tackle the rise of homelessness in London. Network Rail and TAP London installed the donation points last year which has seen around 1,500 people donate.
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