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Viewpoint
George Muir
Sir Roy McNulty, chairman of the Rail Value for Money Study, may be a class act, but like every other leader of a "what is wrong with the... continue
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Inside View
John Austin
Traditionally, the public transport industry has struggled with the concept of interchange, seeing it as a necessary evil which its customers simply... continue
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Interview Detail
1993-1994 - Management Trainee, British Rail After graduating from the University of Wales with a BSc in International Transport, Goggin went... continue
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Interview
James Dark
For years, stations have had a reputation as the Cinderellas of the rail network, most recently because they have been perceived as having a low... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Stonham
Killing my time hanging around at airports, or on the low cost airlines’ planes, I play a little fantasy management game. What would happen if... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
We have called this ‘The People Issue’.  And there’s certain plenty of people and leadership-related material within our pages... continue
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Light Rail News
Transport for London is to introduce new staffing arrangements at Underground stations on February 6. The modernisation reforms which prompted a... continue
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Rail News
New figures published by the Association of Train Operating Companies show that the rail industry has bounced back strongly from the recession. In... continue
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Bus News
A record 84% of passengers are satisfied with train services, Passenger Focus’s autumn 2010 National Passenger Survey has shown. However, the... continue
Categories: Bus, Rail, All of UK
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Rail News
James Dark
The autumn 2010 National Passenger Survey has given an unprecedented level of detail on passengers’ satisfaction with rail services. For the... continue
Categories: Bus, Rail, All of UK
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Rail News
Network Rail has unveiled plans for over 75,000 sq ft of new retail space at four stations on its network. This will focus on enhancing passenger... continue
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Rail News
Train performance showed minimal improvement during the severe weather in December and January compared to last year when heavy snow and ice also... continue
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Rail News
The government has made major changes to rail franchising policy including new requirements on train operators to reduce crowding and improve service... continue
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Rail News
The Department for Transport has published a consultation document outlining its aims for the new Intercity West Coast franchise. Bidders for the... continue
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In brief
Points heaters proved to be effective during the snow, according to rail infrastructure controller Network Rail. Pictured are points at Joan Croft, a... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail has launched the search for a development partner to undertake commercial development at Queen Street Station in Glasgow. The... continue
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Rail News
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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