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Deadline for UKRIA 2018 entries extended by two weeks

26/09/2017Deadline for UKRIA 2018 entries extended by two weeks

UKIRA, the rail industry’s biggest and most prestigious awards event hosted by RTM, has officially extended the deadline for entries by an extra two weeks. Due to unprecedented high le... more >
Nexus to lead north east bid for 5G connectivity testbed

26/09/2017Nexus to lead north east bid for 5G connectivity testbed

Transport authorities in the north east have today voiced their ambition to set up a national testbed for 5G connectivity in the region. In a bid to establish the area as a leader for 5G in ... more >
HS2 slams claim that line ‘won’t work’ without Crossrail 2

26/09/2017HS2 slams claim that line ‘won’t work’ without Crossrail 2

HS2 Ltd has this week hit back at claims that the planned high-speed line will “not work properly” without the proposed Crossrail 2 route. Euston is one of London’s most cr... more >
NR extends platform at Liverpool South Parkway ahead of Lime Street upgrade

26/09/2017NR extends platform at Liverpool South Parkway ahead of Lime Street upgrade

Important work to temporarily extend platform 4 at Liverpool South Parkway has been completed this week in preparation for the major upgrade happening at Lime Street station later on this month. ... more >
Alliancing: a step change in performance

26/09/2017Alliancing: a step change in performance

Alan Cox, director of pre-construction at BAM Nuttall, talks to RTM about a joined-up industry approach to create the right platform for efficiency and innovation. Britain’s railways c... more >