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Toilets at Reading station reopened following major refurbishment
The toilets at Reading station have reopened to the public today (6 July), following a £380,000 major refurbishment of the facilities, during the recent lockdown.
Contract signing kick-starts a cleaner, brighter future for Bristol passengers
Rail passengers are set to see the historic Bristol Temple Meads brought back to its former glory with a huge restoration programme getting underway this summer.
Plans submitted to help protect vital rail link to the south west
Network Rail has submitted plans to Teignbridge District Council for the remainder of the new £80m Dawlish sea wall which will help protect the vital rail artery to the south west from rising sea levels and extreme weather for the next 100 years.
Help protect yourself and other passengers as new face covering rules introduced
Rail passengers are reminded that from today (15 June) it is mandatory to wear a face covering on public transport in England, as Network Rail implements increased safety measures at major stations in the Western route, including London Paddington, Reading and Bristol Temple Meads.
Lives on the line as trespassing continues at Tackley station
Members of the public continue to trespass across Tackley station, putting their own lives at risk for the sake of seconds
Temporary footbridge closure planned as work continues to Dawlish sea wall
Network Rail is temporarily closing the footbridge over the railway line in Dawlish, Devon to continue its work to protect the vital railway which connects the south west with the rest of the country.
Shocking picture captures the moment a child was left on tracks as worrying stats show surge in people risking their lives at level crossings
Network Rail and British Transport Police are concerned at the dramatic increase in the number of people risking their lives at level crossings after a surge in people not using them correctly.
Network Rail brings new flood defence barrier into use to stop flooding north of Exeter
Network Rail has installed a new flood defence barrier to protect passenger journeys from being disrupted by flooding to the north of Exeter.
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