HS2 Chief Executive Mark Thurston has resigned after nearly six and a half years at the helm of the mega-project
The first of the new Class 93 tri-mode locomotives (93001) arrived from Spain at Portbury docks in Bristol on June 27.
A total of 3.5 million assistance scheme journeys have been made in the two years since the Rail Delivery Group launched Passenger Assist
Newly nationalised Caledonian Sleeper has confirmed the continuation of its partnership with GB Railfreight until 2030.
There is “no point” building HS2 unless it reaches London Euston.
NR's recent collaboration with West Coast Railways to provide 24/7 back-up on the East Coast Main Line is delivering valuable improvements
The dangers of river scour affecting Network Rail bridges has been thrown dramatically into the spotlight by a bridge collapse in the US as a train was crossing
The newly redeveloped Stirling station was officially opened by Scottish Transport Minister Fiona Hyslop on June 27.
The UK has a rich history of innovation and advancement in the rail industry from the pioneering days of steam locomotives to the high-speed trains we see today
Transpennine Express has suffered another setback with the discovery of body cracks on some of its CAF Mk 5a locomotive-hauled coaches.