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Firearms officers patrol trains for the first time

26/05/2017Firearms officers patrol trains for the first time

For the first time in rail history, specialist firearms officers will patrol trains across the UK network to ensure that the travelling public ar... more >
Carillion plans job losses as NR renewal cutbacks start to bite

26/05/2017Carillion plans job losses as NR renewal cutbacks start to bite

The RMT has this week vowed to fight “vigorously” against planned cuts to renewals work for Network Rail (NR) being carried out by co... more >
New Merseyrail fleet a platform for future innovations

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David Powell, programme director of rolling stock at Merseytravel, talks about the procurement of the new fleet of metro trains for the Merseyrai... more >
Freight leaders call for immediate infrastructure investment after election

25/05/2017Freight leaders call for immediate infrastructure investment after election

A key organisation representing rail freight in the UK has today urged the main political parties to back up manifesto promises for freight with ... more >
RAIB calls for safety review after passenger died leaning out of carriage window

25/05/2017RAIB calls for safety review after passenger died leaning out of carriage window

Network Rail and operators have been told to improve their safety standards and data sharing after a passenger was killed last year when they stu... more >