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Tackley residents invited to view and comment on proposals for level crossing replacement
Residents living in Tackley, Oxfordshire, have been invited to share their views on the proposed plans for the replacement of a level crossing in the village, near Kidlington.
Work on vital new sea wall stops for the summer to minimise impact on tourism and community
Network Rail will stop work on a new sea wall at Dawlish, in Devon, this weekend before resuming in September as they look to minimise the impact on tourism and the community during the peak summer period.
Passengers to see transformation of rail services as modernisation of the South Wales mainline continues
In December passengers using the South Wales mainline will see a transformation of their rail services as GWR’s biggest timetable change since 1976 comes into effect.
National Rail Passenger Survey results place Western route top of the class
New figures out today show that overall passenger satisfaction on Network Rail’s Western route has improved by four percentage points since last year, making Western the top scoring route in the country with a passenger satisfaction score of 86%.
Network Rail yn gwahodd trigolion i ddigwyddiadau galw heibio i ddarganfod mwy am y gwaith i atgyweirio llinell Dyffryn Conwy
Mae Network Rail yn parhau â’r gwaith i atgyweirio’r difrod sylweddol i linell Dyffryn Conwy ac yn gwahodd trigolion i gael gwybod mwy mewn digwyddiadau galw heibio cymunedol a gynhelir yr wythnos nesaf.
Network Rail invites residents to drop-in events to find out more about ongoing work to repair the Conwy Valley Line
Network Rail is continuing work to repair the extensive damage to the Conwy Valley line and is inviting residents to find out more at community drop in events to be hosted next week.
Caerleon Road bridge renewal complete
Network Rail has completed the refurbishment of Caerleon Road railway bridge in Newport as part of its Railway Upgrade Plan.
Network Rail unveils proposals to protect vital south west rail line bordered by steep cliffs and the sea
- Proposals published for changes to the rail line in south Devon which needs to be better protected from cliff falls, land slips and damage caused by the sea during extreme weather
- Public consultation now open for local communities to help shape the final design of the scheme
- Five-week consultation includes realignment of the railway to make room for corrective measures to stabilise the cliffs
- The plans include improved leisure access and amenities including new, fully accessible, coastal walking and cycling routes
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