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Wales & Western news
Network Rail holds security awareness event at Bristol Temple Meads
Network Rail is holding a security awareness day at Bristol Temple Meads on Tuesday 27 February where passengers will be able to learn about how railway staff work with British Transport Police (BTP) and other partners to keep the travelling public safe.
Network Rail’s Western route joins Samaritans to remind public small talk is no small thing
- Samaritans’ Small Talk Saves Lives campaign launches as 52% of people in the south west admit to swerving someone they don’t know to avoid small talk.
- Reading station will host a pop-up campaign event on Wednesday 6 March to get people talking.
Network Rail’s Wales and Borders route joins Samaritans to remind public small talk is no small thing
Samaritans’ Small Talk Saves Lives campaign launches as 48% of people in Wales admit to swerving someone they don’t know to avoid small talk.
Passengers reminded of engineering works between Cardiff and Swansea on three Sundays in March
Passengers are being reminded to check before they travel between Cardiff Central and Swansea on three Sundays in March when Network Rail will be carrying out essential track renewals.
Final phase of Devon and Cornwall signalling upgrade set to bring a more reliable railway
Passengers are being urged to check before they travel ahead of Network Rail’s final phase of work to modernise signals in Devon and Cornwall and improve the resilience of the railway in the South West.
First reveal – Mayor sees new station footbridge, hails “critical milestone”
Work to build the first station in Ashley Down in 60 years has hit a “critical milestone”, according to regional Mayor Dan Norris. Funded by the West of England Mayoral Combined Authority, ‘Ashley Down Station’ is being built on the site of the previous Ashley Hill station which closed in 1964 due to the Beeching Cuts.
Celebration as passengers start to benefit from multi-million-pound upgrade of Ebbw Vale railway line
The completion of the multi-million-pound transformation of the Ebbw Vale line has been celebrated, following the introduction of direct train services between Ebbw Vale Town and Newport.
VIDEO: Ten years on from Dawlish storm… £165m investment is better protecting iconic coastal railway
In February 2014, a devastating storm battered the south Devon coastline at Dawlish, cutting off the only railway line to the south west for eight weeks.
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