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Feature
Like dinosaurs, a lot of people in public transport still remain wedded to a vision comprising a number of discrete modes.  The one they are... continue
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Feature
Non-stop interchange One of the things that most spoils high speed rail is the need for trains to make intermediate stops. The faster the... continue
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Viewpoint
Peter Stonham
A potential contradiction lies at the heart of current developments in heavily used urban public transport:  Capacity versus comfort. To be... continue
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Bus News Lead Story
Success in a nice problem to have, but finding the best solution to the problem of a lack of capacity in the face of rising passenger numbers can... continue
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Viewpoint
This month my column will be a little reflective. And quite political. But you’ll be used to that. Sadly it is my last ‘regular’... continue
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Business
The fares consultation published alongside the UK government’s rail Command Paper generated huge publicity, predominantly surrounding proposals... continue
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Rail News
The Department for Transport has set out detailed benefits which will be provided by HS2 including capacity increases, journey time savings, modal... continue
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Light Rail News
London Underground has broken patronage records, carrying the highest numbers of passengers in its history for a single day,  week and four week... continue
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Rail News
Virgin Rail Group (VRG) has agreed an eight-month extension to the current West Coast rail franchise with the Department for Transport. The contract... continue
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
­I­­t seems slightly self-indulgent to use this ‘opinion’ column to go into the ins and outs of my local train service in the... continue
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Rail News
The rail industry has put delivering a major capacity enhancement scheme in Manchester and further electrification projects at the top of investment... continue
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Rail News
The white collar TSSA union has claimed that a hit list of 675 station ticket offices earmarked for closure has been drawn up  as a result of... continue
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Rail News
Billions of pounds of investment in London’s transport system will be necessary to accommodate high-speed rail passengers, London mayor Boris... continue
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Rail News
The Department for Transport has announced that Northern Rail and First Great Western will receive additional rolling stock in December following the... continue
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News Lead Story
The long-term strategy for developing the rail network in London and the south-east has been published. With the number of passengers travelling into... continue
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Rail News
James Dark
Train operators have blamed interference from the Department for Transport for their inability to combat crowding on London commuter services. New... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail has published an analysis of passenger congestion at stations along with a ‘toolkit’ of solutions that could be used to... continue
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Viewpoint
Paul Salveson
One of the great achievements of UK Government transport policy in the late 1960s was the creation of the passenger transport executives (PTEs) in... continue
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Products & Services
Over the May Day bank holiday weekend Network Rail’s Thameslink Programme installed the Borough High Street Bridge in central London, a very... continue
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Projects
Plans to transform London Bridge into a bigger and better station have been published by Network Rail. The station’s concourse, which will be... continue
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