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Train companies are relaxing ticket rules to help Thomas Cook customers and staff affected by the company’s collapse.
A three-round Twitter tournament to decide Britain’s favourite railway station will go live today in the first ever World Cup of Stations.
More passengers than ever before are opting for smart tickets, tipping the balance away from paper.
Rail freight industry calls for joined-up railway to build on the £1.7 billion economic benefits it already delivers
Britain’s freight companies call for a better joined-up railway with strong incentives to accommodate rail freight growth to ensure they can keep shop shelves stacked, the economy moving and Britain building as part of a future rail system.
Britain’s rail companies have published a joint investment report for 2020, with the industry committing to delivering over 1,000 extra services a week for passengers and introducing 1,000 new carriages in the year ahead.
Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group marks 20th Anniversary of the Ladbroke Grove tragedy.
The latest data published by the Office for Rail and Road (ORR) shows that season ticket journeys have fallen for the third consecutive year.
New analysis by the Rail Delivery Group published today reveals that reform of rail fare regulations could deliver a significant reduction in Britain’s carbon footprint over the next ten years.
An update about the Chief Executive Officer role at the Rail Delivery Group.
Susie Homan joins the Rail Delivery Group as Director of Planning, Engineering & Operations, from KDR Gold Coast, which operates and maintains the Gold Coast light rail system in Australia.
Commenting on the award of the new West Coast partnership contract to First Trenitalia,
Commenting on the release of July’s RPI figure