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Rail News
Translink general manager – rail services, Mal McGreevy and new trains two programme manager James Erwin this week inspected the first... continue
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Rail News
New research shows that value for money fares, trains running on time and more frequent services continue to top rail passengers’ priorities... continue
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Rail News
Trains used on Arriva Trains Wales mainline service are to be upgraded thanks to a funding deal reached by the Welsh Assembly Government and the... continue
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Rail News
A significant increase in demand for rail travel during the first six months of 2010 has seen a return to growth in passenger numbers on the railways... continue
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Rail News
The redevelopment of Bond Street Tube station, a key element of the Tube upgrade, moved a step closer today as Transport for London announced that it... continue
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In brief
Transport leaders in Greater Manchester have set out their comprehensive priorities for the coming year. Greater Manchester Integrated Transport... continue
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Technology News
UK firm Volo TV is on track to deliver its ground breaking on-train TV entertainment system across First Great Western’s entire high speed... continue
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Technology News
Nomad Digital’s inaugural Customer Conference was held in June 2010 and attended by over 80 international delegates from across the... continue
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Technology News
Robert Jack
As pressure grows on the railway to tighten its belt, train operators will seek to reduce staff numbers at stations, including those in ticket... continue
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Rail News
Mayor of London Boris Johnson this week joined Tube passengers in welcoming the Tube’s first new air conditioned train. The train, which will... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
A cross-party group of MPs have come together to establish a new all parliamentary group to promote investment in rail in the North of England that... continue
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People
From the classroom to the boardroom? Anything seems possible for IRO student Andrew Dickinson, whose hard work has earnt him a degree in Railway... continue
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People
Go Ahead chief executive Keith Ludeman has received an honorary degree from the University of Salford for his achievements in transport... continue
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Invest to save
SWT, Siemens and Network Rail work together on trial
South West Trains, Siemens and Network Rail, have joined forces to pilot an innovative new system that can diagnose potential problems with trains by... continue
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Letters
Steven Stewart, Director of Corporate Communications, Stagecoach Group, Perth
Robert Jack is quite right to point out in his recent editorial that customer ticketing technology is changing fast. The iPhone generation is looking... continue
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Progress Report
It was in early 2004 when the Department for Transport instigated a review of Britain’s railways that Transport for London first proposed... continue
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Viewpoint
Dr. Paul Salveson
I’d like to share some experiences I’ve had looking at how buses and trains interact with each other (or don’t, more to the point).... continue
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Cover Story
According to the Olympic Delivery Authority, the 2012 Games in London represent the biggest logistical challenge that the country has faced in peace... continue
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Business
A new service quality management system will be introduced in new franchises and designed to reduce the need for detailed Department for... continue
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Business Lead Story
The new coalition government has claimed that rail franchises will no longer be awarded almost solely on the basis of price. Instead it intends to... continue
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