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Alstom gets to grips with Aventra challenges

Manufacturer updates on progress following the Bombardier acquisition


Rail freight recovers to pre-pandemic levels

The amount of rail freight being moved is now above pre-pandemic levels, according to the Office of Rail and Road

HS2 Chief Executive Mark Thurston starts boring of the one-mile-long Long Itchington Wood Tunnel on High Speed 2. Article

HS2 starts Long Itchington tunnelling

Tunnel boring has started on High Speed 2's Long Itchington Wood tunnel.


HoW works completed on time

Network Rail has successfully complete a 16-day blockade of the Heart of Wessex line.


HS2’s first London TBMs arrive

The first of six TBMs have arrived in London to bore HS2 tunnels.


Modern Railways index 2021


Class 93 offers intermodal opportunity

New Stadler tri-mode has great potential


Tyne & Wear’s new Metro trains take shape

The first of Tyne and Wear Metro's new fleet is well under construction by Stadler.


Rail is green - but do passengers care?

Transport Focus has investigated attitudes towards sustainable transport. Chief Executive ANTHONY SMITH questions whether simply being ‘green’ will be enough to persuade people out of their cars

Rail in Wales and the West

Our Rail in Wales and the West conference reverts to its usual format as an in-person event for spring 2022. With the exciting plans in the new Wales and Borders franchise and continuing developments on the Western there is much to reflect on and look forward to.

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Testing milestone for new Subway trains

The first of the new Stadler-built trains for the Glasgow Subway entered the tunnels on the night of 4 December in a major milestone for the system’s modernisation.


Northern seeking hybrid ‘195s’

Battery EMUs sought for Trans-Pennine routes