Network Rail's drive to put passengers first gathers pace as new Southern region goes live
The first major milestone of Network Rail’s drive to put passengers first has been marked today with the formation of a new Southern region, which will benefit from a record investment of more than £6 billion over the next five years to improve train services for passengers.
Network Rail and British Transport Police warn rail enthusiasts to keep off the railway as Flying Scotsman visits Wessex
Following a recent series of illegal trespass incidents across the country, Network Rail and British Transport Police are warning rail enthusiasts to keep off the railway this week when the iconic steam locomotive Flying Scotsman visits Surrey, Hampshire and Wiltshire.
Basingstoke students become first qualified rail safety ambassadors as part of new Network Rail initiative
Students from Dove House School Academy have become the first in the country to gain accredited rail safety qualifications as part of a new safety initiative from Network Rail.
South Western Railway passengers urged to check before travelling ahead of early May bank holiday weekend
Passengers are being advised to plan their journeys in advance over this bank holiday weekend as Network Rail prepares to undertake vital work to improve reliability of rail infrastructure.
Network Rail and British Transport Police issue warning to drone pilots following incident in Surrey
Network Rail and the British Transport Police have warned drone pilots to keep away from the railway or risk being taken to court and facing a £2,500 penalty following an incident in Surrey earlier this month.
Schoolchildren help open new footbridge over White Hart Lane level crossing in Barnes
Children from two local schools joined representatives from Network Rail and Richmond Council to open the borough’s newest footbridge over White Hart Lane level crossing.
Network Rail putting passengers first with multi-billion pound investment on the Wessex route
Network Rail has today published final plans to put passengers at the heart of an investment of more than £2 billion across the Wessex route – covering all services out of London Waterloo station and freight services out of the Port of Southampton - over the next five years.
South Western Railway passengers advised to check before travelling this Saturday due to severe weather
Passengers travelling on South Western Railway tomorrow (Saturday 16th March) are advised to check their journeys before travelling as a blanket 50mph speed restriction will be imposed across the network from 10am until 9pm owing to the forecasted severe weather.
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