Is London Underground right to scrap ‘ladies and gentlemen’ in favour of making announcements gender-neutral?
Billions of pounds’ worth of new trains are on order, with many more in the pipeline. RICHARD CLINNICK rounds up what’s on order and where they will all go.
MICHAEL HOLDEN explains why he believes a fully public railway won’t work, drawing on his experience as chairman of the Government-run East Coast service
Full video of the presentation made to recognise rail staff for their services and bravery during the terror attacks earlier this year.
Semaphores and manually-controlled level crossings to be swept away in £68 million scheme.
Spanish manufacturer Talgo will build trains in a UK factory if it wins orders for trains for this country.
S&C North Alliance wins Infrastructure Achievement of the Year award for Sandy South - a 125mph handback of a complex S&C renewal
Govia Thameslink Railway's Blackfriars wins the National Rail Awards Major Station of the Year category
Greater Anglia's Cambridge wins Large Station of the Year category at the National Rail Awards
Harrogate, operated by Northern, wins Medium Station of the Year category at the National Rail Awards
Bicester Village, operated by Chiltern Railways, wins the Small Station of the Year category at the National Rail Awards.
c2c wins Innovation of the Year category at the National Rail Awards for its Automatic Delay Repay scheme
Balfour Beatty, Dyer & Butler and Colas Rail' Close Call App wins the Safety Initiative category at the National Rail Awards 2017
Network Rail invested in the High Output Ballast Cleaning System wins Sustainable Development of the Year at National Rail Awards 2017
Arriva Rail London, Network Rail and Govia Thameslink Railway win Outstanding Teamwork Award for Right Time Right Pathway
e320 wins Train of the Year at the National Rail Awards 2017
Taylor Woodrow, Bam Nuttall, London Underground win Major Project of the Year for Tottenham Court Road station upgrade
VTG Rail UK collects Freight & Logistics Achievement of the Year award at the National Rail Awards 2017
RAIL commissioned a poem to celebrate how British railways changed the world and to salute the men and women who keep the railway, and this country, moving.
Launched 5 years ago as a result of the success of the RAIL 100 Breakfast Club in London this club brings the same benefits and opportunities to those involved in the Scottish railway industry.
The dinner is on October 26 at the George Hotel, Edinburgh. See below for more details.
Sample attendee list
Download the membership application form