Network Rail, Transport for Wales and the wider rail industry has teamed up with mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma, to support passengers’ wellbeing with a colourful, floral surprise.
London’s Elizabeth line has received its final authorisations of its trains, stations, and infrastructure from the rail regulator ahead of its opening on Tuesday 24 May.
The vast majority of Britain’s rail network will be open as usual during the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee bank holiday weekend (2-5 June), with no closures into any of the major London stations meaning passengers can rely on the railway to join the Queen’s landmark celebrations.
Bookaway has raised $35 million in a ‘series C’ funding round, with the cash to be used to accelerate its mission to digitalise the $157 billion ground transportation industry.
Eurostar, the high-speed rail service linking the UK and mainland Europe, is launching a brand-new summer menu for Business Premier passengers to enjoy on board.
Mental Health Awareness Week will see the Brighter Journeys campaign grace the concourses of Britain’s railway stations as a way of making them brighter, happier community hubs. The joint campaign between the rail industry and mental health charity, Chasing the Stigma, aims to support passengers’ wellbeing as people return to the railway since the lifting of Covid restrictions.
Final preparations are underway to install a new landmark railway bridge in Birmingham which will become the longest single-span railway structure in the West Midlands.
A new online tool to help the rail industry measure the social value of its investments, infrastructure projects and day-to-day operations has been launched today.
The CEO of London’s largest events venue ExCeL London has heralded today’s announcement on the Elizabeth Line opening as a ‘game-changer’ for the capital and the recovery of the UK’s £32.1 billion events industry.
Passengers are advised to plan ahead over the May Bank Holiday weekend as Network Rail works on two major projects to improve the railway.
Major tourism markets in Asia Pacific, including Thailand, are getting back on track as international visitors start to plan their trips again, according to new data.
Britain's Network Rail is asking passengers to check before they travel ahead of the Early May Bank Holiday, as it prepares to invest £70m on 550 projects to upgrade the railway.