Industry welcomes ongoing support to keep railway running for passengers and the end of the franchise system.
More room for passengers as rail industry 'boosts timetable to boost confidence' of those returning to school and work
Rail companies are adding services to timetables as schools reopen and people increasingly return to workplaces.
Ahead of major timetable uplift, rail companies release the 8 ways they are ensuring people can travel safely… and how passengers can help
From today, people fleeing domestic abuse anywhere in Britain during the coronavirus lockdown can apply for free train travel to refuge accommodation, through a partnership between train companies and Women’s Aid.
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New joint working pilot with BTP in London as rail companies work to ensure people can travel with confidence
Four train firms, Great Northern, Southeastern, Southern and Thameslink, are working together with the British Transport Police as part of a new pilot in London to further encourage people to wear face coverings.
The Rail Delivery Group has announced changes to its leadership that will ensure the organisation is ready to support potential reforms stemming from the Williams Review into the future structure of the railway.
- Speaking at a virtual Labour Party Conference fringe event on rail and decarbonisation, a senior rail executive has warned that Britain is on the verge of a car-led recovery
- An economic recovery built on increased use of road vehicles would be devastating to the nation’s net zero carbon ambitions
- Increased investment in the railways and reform of rail fares as the country emerges from COVID can incentivise people to make greener choices, the rail industry says