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EXCLUSIVE: Shapps - Crossrail proves UK can deliver

Secretary of State for Transport Grant Shapps speaks exclusively on the record to Modern Railways

The fire-damaged Class 150s involved in the collision at Craven Arms on 22 May. News Premium

TfW cuts services after Craven Arms collision

Two of TfW Rail's 36 Class 150/2 DMUs will be out of action for months after they hit an abandoned mini digger on the track near Craven Arms on 22 May.

BLOG: High stakes and big risks in rail dispute

RMT members' dissatisfaction with pay, terms and conditions and job security is clear - but are strikes REALLY inevitable?

Staff at 13 TOCs and NR vote overwhelmingly for strikes

Rail staff vote to strike over pay and concerns over cuts: open access and freight operators not balloted.

Elizabeth Line: autumn target for Bond Street and through running

Bond Street station expected to open simultaneously at start of through running

Confidence in Elizabeth Line reliability as thousands use new railway

Confidence in reliability as Elizabeth Line proves popular on opening day

Byford: next TfL deal needs to be long-term deal

TfL Commissioner says Crossrail 2 plans should be 'dusted off'

Women in Rail awards celebrates excellence

The fifth Women in Rail Awards took place on 19 May at the Roundhouse, Camden.

TPE marks Reston opening

The £20 million Reston station opened to passengers on 23 May.

West Midlands Mayor Andy Street visits the HS2 Skills Academy. News Premium

Balfour Beatty Vinci expands job training programmes

Training programmes on High Speed 2 are being expanded to more colleges.