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6,400 extra trains a week to run to more places, more often
Britain’s rail companies have unveiled plans to run over 6,400 more passenger trains every week by 2021, running to more places more often, creating new opportunities and supporting jobs.
Train fleet growth fastest for decades
Thousands of new, state of the art trains will be rolling off production lines over the next 30 years, rail industry leaders have forecast.
HS2 Bill receives Royal Assent - Rail Delivery Group comment
Royal Assent for the HS2 Bill is a major milestone for HS2 and Britain, and will be an important part of a bigger and better railway, Paul Plummer, chief executive of the Rail Delivery Group, has said.
Industry sets out vision for future of Scotland's railway
The rail industry has today published its advice on how the railway can continue to help grow Scotland’s economy and support its communities in the decades ahead.
Government ministers attend roundtable to discuss Brexit with rail industry leaders
Minister for Exiting the EU David Jones and Minister for Rail, Paul Maynard attended a roundtable with rail industry leaders, to hear their views on the Brexit negotiations.
Britain’s railway must lead change, urges industry chief
Britain’s railway is at a crucial turning point and must lead change to keep growing and improving, a senior industry figure will say today (28 February).
Rail companies set out blueprint for age of the digital train
Rail companies have today set out a blueprint of Britain’s railway in the digital age as the industry gathers in Birmingham to discuss the current challenges facing the railway – and how technology will help address them.
Rail companies to test radical fare changes for clearer, simpler ticket choices
Radical changes to rail fares that would guarantee customers simpler fares and the best possible deal every time they travel are set to be trialled by train companies.
RDG responds to IMechE report on investment in rail capacity
Responding to the Institution of Mechanical Engineers' report on increasing capacity on Britain's railway, Paul Plummer, Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group, representing train operators and Network Rail, said: