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A new high-speed line between London, Birmingham and Manchester will be essential in preventing overcrowding on the West Coast Main Line, a Network... continue
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In brief
The rail industry has broadly welcomed today's announcement on the future of rail franchising. Michael Roberts, chief executive of the Association of... continue
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Rail News
Transport secretary Philip Hammond this morning revealed that the Department for Transport intends to continue consulting on possible changes to the... continue
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Rail News
The first of four new 11-car Pendolino trains to be delivered by Alstom arrived on Merseyside this week. The new unit was brought by rail from... continue
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Rail News
Intercity rail operator East Coast has revealed that it is currently carrying more than a third more passengers than at the same time last year as a... continue
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In brief
Kent’s big transport priorities and significant new funding opportunities to pay for them were revealed this week in Growth without Gridlock,... continue
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Rail News
The delivery of the Crossrail project has moved forward with the news that the procurement process to purchase new trains for the route has got under... continue
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Rail News
The Office of Rail Regulation today warned that there are now no excuses for poor passenger information during disruption as it set out plans to... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail today announced its interim results for the six months to September 30. The company has reported better than planned progress across its... continue
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News Lead Story
The secretary of state for transport has announced plans for a major investment in Britain's railways. Philip Hammond has confirmed the full... continue
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News Lead Story
New figures released by Centro, the West Midlands PTE, have revealed that public transport is continuing to gain... continue
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Rail News
Rain fares will rise by an average of 6.2% in January 2011, the Association of Train Operating Companies announced today. According to the Office of... continue
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Rail News
Transport minister Philip Hammond is this week expected to approve plans for the replacement of Britain's High Speed Train fleet. The move will see... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail today unveiled plans for over 75,000 sq ft of new retail space in stations, along with a new vision for the future of station retailing... continue
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People
Go Ahead has announced the retirement of chief executive Keith Ludeman next year. He will be succeeded by David Brown, the present managing director... continue
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People
Neil Micklethwaite has joined CBS Outdoor as franchise director - bus & national rail. He joins from train operator First Great Western where he... continue
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People
Bill Emery has announced his intention to step down as chief executive of the Office of Rail Regulation in June 2011. He was appointed to his current... continue
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End of the line
FirstGroup’s new chief executive Tim O’Toole is clearly a new broom and eager to make his mark on the industry. And in a conference call... continue
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Viewpoint
George Osborne came of age on October 20. Whatever one may think about the rights and wrongs of the spending review, I could not but help admire his... continue
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Feature
Over the past month there have been signs that the long-awaited revolution in public transport ticketing and payment systems is about to take off.... continue
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