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Regular News
South West Trains and Network Rail, have started a trial of facilities for passengers to recycle their newspapers at London Waterloo every morning.... continue
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Rail News
London TravelWatch, the watchdog for transport users in and around London, has called for  fully staffed and cleaner stations to be required in... continue
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Rail News
By Meera Rambissoon
National Express East Anglia is taking measures to improve  the ticket office at London Liverpool Street station and enhance the environment for... continue
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Rail News
National Express East Anglia’s Walthamstow Central station has seen customer satisfaction improve by 20% to reach 100% according to recent... continue
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Rail News
The annual Transit-sponsored Rail Stations conference will this year take place in London on November 27. Rail Stations 2008 will consider the... continue
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In brief
Rail minister Tom Harris has announced that five more stations in Scotland are set to benefit from the government’s £370m ‘Access... continue
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In brief
Canterbury’s East and West railway stations are the latest on the Southeastern network to have been accredited with Secure Station status,... continue
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In Passing
Enterprising residents in the South Wales Valleys are trying a novel way to sell their cars. As noted in our parking feature this issue, Cwmbach... continue
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Regular Feature
By Rhodri Clark
The pressures on train and route capacity resulting from sustained growth in demand are well known. Network Rail, the Department for Transport and... continue
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Rail News
by James Dark
The association of Train Operating Companies and the Department for Transport have announced that 31 stations have been selected for their station... continue
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Rail News
St Pancras International station has won has  the regional London award from the Royal Institute of British Architects for high architectural... continue
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Regular News
Passenger satisfaction with ticket buying facilities at stations has increased in the latest National Passenger Survey for spring 2008, with long... continue
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Business Back-Up
Southampton City Council has teamed up with South West Trains to increase the amount of people switching to the train as their preferred choice of... continue
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Rail News
Work is now underway on the new £350m Blackfriars station that will form a vital part of the Thameslink expansion project. Once completed, at... continue
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Rail News
Construction of the new Imperial Wharf station has now commenced. Situated on the West London Line, the new station will link the Imperial Wharf... continue
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In brief
Network Rail plans to redevelop the platform canopies of Derby station over the next 18 months, costing £18m. It will carry out the work... continue
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Rail News
Eurostar services have been launched from the new Ebbsfleet International station in the south of England, connecting 10 million passengers to the... continue
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Letters to the Editor
Roger Davies
All the hullabaloo is over so let’s take a sober view of the Eurostar story. 13 years in and passenger numbers haven’t increased that... continue
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Letters to the Editor
John Pincham,
If the rail network was operated on a truly customer orientated, commercially sensitive basis, work would already be underway to adapt the former... continue
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In Passing
A member of the audience at Transit’s Rail Stations 2007 conference this week was staggered that Network Rail’s indicative cost of... continue
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