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National & regional news
Strike action to close Manchester Piccadilly at 7pm this Saturday
- Passengers advised not to get caught out by hugely reduced Saturday service due to RMT strike action
- Many routes have no trains at all - those which will run will finish in the afternoon
- Advice is to only travel if necessary and regularly check National Rail Enquiries
Passengers reminded if travelling this weekend to only travel by rail if necessary and plan ahead
- Significantly reduced timetable on Saturday as the third day of RMT’s national strike action is set to go ahead
- Trains will start later and finish much earlier than usual, between 7.30am and 6.30pm, and some parts of the country will have no services at all due to lack of staff availability
- Passengers should only travel by train if necessary and should check their journey in advance, and expect some disruption on Sunday with a reduced timetable in operation
- Passengers can choose to either use their ticket on another day, or will be able to claim a refund
Anglia rail upgrades to take place at the end of July
Vital rail upgrades are to be carried out at the end of July to extend platforms for new trains and provide power for the Elizabeth Line ahead of the next stage of opening when services from Shenfield will be connected to Paddington station via the City of London and the West End.
Glasgow school pupils learn more about Scotland’s railway
Pupils from St Roch’s Primary and Deaf School, Royston, recently visited Network Rail’s Glasgow Maintenance Delivery Unit (MDU), to learn more about the industry as part of a community partnership.
The start of a tree-iffic relationship
Two of Scotland’s largest landowners are seeking ways to work closer together where public forestry and land is adjacent to the country’s rail network.
Power granted to close crossings in Essex, Thurrock, Hertfordshire and other authorities
The Secretary of State for Transport has granted Network Rail the power to close or modify 37 crossings as part of wider plans across Anglia to reduce risk and create a safer, more reliable railway.
New hi-tech weather stations closely monitoring heatwave on the railway
A network of new hi-tech weather stations are in action for this first time during hot weather to reduce rail delays on the West Coast main line, and rail routes in the West Midlands and North West.
Passengers encouraged to top up from the station tap on World Refill Day
Passengers travelling through two of Scotland’s busiest railway stations are being encouraged to top up with Scottish tap water as part of a global campaign to prevent plastic pollution.
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