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Wales & Western: Wales & Borders news
Rail industry in Wales investing in new technology for autumn
Network Rail and Transport for Wales are using creative new technology and innovation to help keep rail services running this autumn.
Railway worker awarded MBE after transforming trackside safety and raising more than £1m for charity
A Network Rail project director has been awarded an MBE, as part of the Queen’s Birthday Honour’s list, for his incredible charity fundraising efforts and for his dedication to safety in the rail industry.
Barmouth Viaduct’s biggest ever refurbishment is underway
Network Rail’s £25m upgrade of Barmouth Viaduct will see the historic landmark protected for local people and visitors for generations to come
Forden: Popular footpath in South Wales reopened following level crossing upgrade
A popular local footpath in South Wales near Forden reopened last week following work to improve safety at the nearby Fron Level Crossing
Shocking images show dangerous level crossing misuse in South Wales
Network Rail is urging cyclists and pedestrians in South Wales to use level crossings safely after a recent increase in misuse, with several people caught risking serious injury or worse
Rail Minister officially opens first section of Dawlish sea wall which will help protect vital rail link to the south west
Rail Minister Chris Heaton-Harris today (25 September) officially opened the first section of the new Dawlish sea wall which will help protect the vital stretch of railway connecting Devon and Cornwall with the rest of the country from rising sea levels and extreme weather conditions
Conwy Valley Line to reopen this month as £2.2m investment helps protect it from extreme weather and flooding
The Conwy Valley Line, which runs from Blaenau Ffestiniog to Llandudno in north Wales, will reopen on 28 September after Network Rail’s £2.2m investment to better protect the railway from extreme weather and flooding has been completed.
Heart of Wales line to partially reopen in November as repairs following storm damage and freight derailment continue
Passengers will again be able to travel on a section of the Heart of Wales line, which runs from Shrewsbury to Swansea, from November as Network Rail has set out the timescales for repairs to the line after two major incidents within a month.
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