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The railway between Dover and Folkestone will re-open following the completion of a nine-month repair project.
RSSB (Rail Safety and Standards Board) says there is no evidence that drivers (rather than guards) operating train doors increases the risk of passenger harm
The first ScotRail Class 385s have left Japan where they have been built by Hitachi. The first train arrives in the UK in October.
Campaigners on the Isle of Wight say they have convinced DfT to drop plans for the island’s rail service to become a self-sustaining business.
Custom House station on the Docklands Light Railway (DLR) is to close for 11 months from January 2017, in preparation for Elizabeth Line (Crossrail) services.
The £1 million upgrade of Northern Rail’s Harrogate station has been completed.
Eurostar signs contract with KBH Digital to provide advertising on its e320 trains.
Network Rail rejects a Freedom of Information request to disclose details of discussions over a possible tram-train link at Glasgow Airport.
Construction work has begun on the main building at the new Cambridge North station, ahead of its planned opening in May 2017.
DfT says it “strongly supports” the ORR’s overall objective for its 2018 Periodic Review (PR18), particularly the focus on users’ interests.
JACK BOSKETT presents a selection of images from inside Bombardier's Derby Litchurch Lane
Great Western Railway unveiled its Class 387/1 fleet at Bombardier's Derby Litchurch Lane on August 12. JACK BOSKETT presents a selection of images.
Rail Delivery Group launches campaign to improve the public perception of the railway.
Testing of new signalling system to be introduced by Thales and London Underground has reached the point where a train is running at LU’s line speed of 50mph.
£1.4bn of investment for 1,043 new vehicles to replace entire fleet, 600 of which will be built by Bombardier.
Network Rail is promising to put its customers at the heart of what it does in the future.
Transport for West Midlands (TfWM) and London Midland (LM) agree new 45-point plan to improve rail services in the region.
Great Western Railway unveiled its first Intercity Express Programme (IEP) Class 800 at Reading today, carrying invited passengers to London Paddington.
September 22 2016, Grosvenor House, Park Lane, London
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