Passengers across Wales and Borders urged to check before they travel this Christmas and New Year
Passengers travelling between Newport and Bristol and between Newport and Gloucester are advised to check before travelling this Christmas and New Year, as Network Rail engineers work around the clock to modernise the South Wales Main Line.
Small talk is helping to prevent suicide in Wales and Borders
Small Talk Saves Lives campaign urges members of the public to look out for those at risk.
Residents and station users invited to find out more ahead of Shrewsbury station upgrade
Shrewsbury residents and station users have been invited to a drop-in event to find out more about the second phase of upgrade work at the historic Shrewsbury station, which will begin in November 2018.
New Thomas the Tank EngineTM book aims to teach Wales and Borders children how to stay safe on the railway
Network Rail Wales and Borders has teamed up with the world’s most famous blue engine and nursery school favourite, Thomas the Tank Engine™, to help children learn about using the railway safely.
Network Rail and Transport for Wales Rail Services thank passengers following Craven Arms railway upgrade
Network Rail and Transport for Wales Rail Services thank passengers for their patience as normal weekend services resume between Newport and Shrewsbury following railway upgrade work.
Network Rail looks to recruit its largest group of apprentices across Wales and Borders
Network Rail is urging people with an interest in engineering to apply for its Advanced Engineering Apprenticeship Scheme, starting in March 2019.
Rail industry works together to keep passengers moving this autumn
As part of Network Rail’s and Arriva Trains Wales’ joint plan to keep passengers moving this autumn, Network Rail’s fleet of specialist ‘railhead treatment’ trains are out in force across the Wales and Borders network.
Rail industry urges drivers to understand the risks at level crossings
Network Rail Wales and Borders and British Transport Police are urging drivers to understand the risks at level crossings after new research reveals over a third of drivers in Wales and Borders have never been taught how to use a level crossing, (34 per cent), leaving them more likely to be unaware of the dangers and more likely to take risks.
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