David Noyes, former CEO of Cunard and senior director at BA, has joined Network Rail’s Board as a non-executive director.
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A team from Network Rail has taken time out from managing and surveying lineside vegetation to support a local community project in Wolverhampton.
Passengers reminded to check before travelling during the next phase of Bristol to Cardiff modernisation work
Passengers planning to use train services in South Wales between 16 June and 6 July are being urged to check before they travel, ahead of the next phase of modernisation work between Bristol and Cardiff.
Team Orange successfully complete culvert installation work near Exeter as part of £26.5m flood alleviation scheme for the south west
The Great Western Mainline near Exeter in Devon reopened as planned this morning following the successful completion of culvert installation work by Network Rail’s Team Orange.
Network Rail is providing funding for buses in Bradninch, Devon, to allow for vital bus services to be maintained during the temporary closure of Station Road in Hele.
Network Rail’s Wales and Borders level crossing and maintenance teams have joined forces to build a model footpath crossing, helping them to deliver school safety sessions. The innovative teaching tool aims to provide young people with an enhanced understanding of how to use footpath crossings safely, by replicating the conditions of a working level crossing.
Key milestone reached in delivering vital rail safety message to school children across Wales and the Borders
Over 40,000 children from 1,000 schools across Wales and the Borders have received vital rail safety education in under three years.
Services on the line between Anniesland and Glasgow Queen Street, via Ashfield, will operate as normal from Sunday July 8 with work to repair a track defect now complete.
Network Rail and officers from British Transport Police were at Carleton level crossing in Poulton-le-Fylde this week talking to pedestrians and drivers about using the crossing the safely.