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Hear from Project SPEED at Modern Railways EXPO 2022

Experts on stand and special conference session at Modern Railways EXPO 2022

Gearing up for the wires: equipment is being massed for the next phase of MML electrification. News Premium

Next phase of MML electrification under way

Work starts on Market Harborough to Wigston section of MML

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ORR sets out performance improvements for NR

Passenger and freight train performance has worsened since the start of the financial year, says ORR CEO John Larkinson

EXHIBITOR PREVIEW: Unipart Rail at Modern Railways Expo 2022

A host of developments including the Paradigm Insight system will be displayed by Unipart Rail at Modern Railways EXPO 2022.

Exclusive Rail Forum sessions at Modern Railways EXPO 2022

EXCLUSIVE free sessions hosted by Rail Forum members at Modern Railways EXPO 2022

Meet the Editor at Modern Railways EXPO 2022

Hear from the Modern Railways team at our two-day show

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VIDEO: A simpler timetable based on Manchester

Work of Manchester Recovery Task Force explained

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VIDEO: Transforming the Trans-Pennine route

Major challenges ahead in multi-billion pound upgrade

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VIDEO: One network for the city of Manchester

Integrated Bee Network to drive shift to public transport

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VIDEO: A strategy for improving Rail in the North of England

Network Rail aiming to maximise opportunities from HS2

Modern Railways November 2022 issue: video podcast

A video preview of the November 2022 issue of Modern Railways

Next phase of Clapham Junction work starts

Wider gatelines and more shops planned in £15.5m upgrade

Leeds-Micklefield works consulted on

Level crossings and bridge alterations are planned in this part of the Transpennine Route Upgrade

Penalty fares could rise to £100 minimum

Penalty fares could rise to £100 from January in England.

Stoke looks to Very Light Rail

Stoke-on-Trent's latest transport strategy suggests the creation of three new VLR routes.

Train Service Delivery discussed at Modern Railways EXPO 2022

Speakers from Resonate at Network Rail at conference session

A derailed cement train in Carlisle News Premium

Cement train derails in Carlisle

Disruption expected to last several days after derailment

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Transport Strikes Bill aims to limit industrial action

New law to set minimum service levels for rail services

BREAKING: Transport Bill deferred

Bill enabling Great British Railways deferred until 2023

West Midlands launches CAF '196s'

New fleet to start revenue service from 17 October

Major ‘Javelin’ upgrade starts in 2023

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140mph fleet set for significant refresh

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Chiltern TBMs reach four-mile mark

TBMs nearing halfway mark on lengthy drive

Passenger numbers continue to rise says ORR

LNER beats pre-pandemic levels

Bank upgrade’s latest phase is complete

Better access between LU and DLR completed

Excellence recognised at Community Rail Awards

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More than 400 entries submitted to prestigious awards

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Six-month extension for Avanti West Coast

Government challenges operator to improve services

Nameplate from GBRf ‘66’ to be auctioned for RBF

One of the nameplates from GB Railfreight’s locomotive No 66745 Modern Railways – the first 50 years will be auctioned later this month in support of the Railway Benefit Fund

MTR Elizabeth line Class 345 EMUs stabled at Plumstead depot. PHILIP SHERRATT/MODERN RAILWAYS News Premium

Two more years for MTR Elizabeth line

MTR Elizabeth line has won a two-year extension to its Crossrail operating concession.

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Network Rail makes progress on efficiency – ORR

Major gains in efficiency made - but cost pressures and reduced income wipe out savings at Network Rail

Serco no more: on 25 November 2019, No 73967 awaits departure from Aberdeen with the 21.43 Aberdeen-Euston. PHILIP SHERRATT/MODERN RAILWAYS News Premium

Caledonian Sleeper contract to end in June 2023

Value for money cited as reason for ending contract