Amtrak released its FY21 Sustainability Report that showcases sustainability projects across Amtrak's regions and operations. Throughout the report are details of Amtrak's measured progress against annual and long-term sustainability goals that encompass greenhouse gas emissions, diesel fuel and electricity usage.
Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority (RTA) announced that the number of riders using public transport means and shared mobility in Dubai that include Dubai Metro, Dubai Tram, public buses, marine transport means (abras, ferry, water taxi, water bus), e-hail rides, smart car rental, Bus-On-Demand, and taxis (Dubai Taxi and franchise company taxies) clocked nearly 304.6 million during the first half of 2022.
The North Yorkshire Moors Railway (NYMR) has announced a resumption of full services from Monday August 8th, with the return of its Gold Timetable itineraries, following a period of reduced services to avoid risk of lineside fires caused by the recent dry spell of weather.
Network Rail has completed a £1.8 million programme of work that will improve the resilience of the railway on the Mallaig line at Lochailort in the West Highlands.
Network Rail is removing the bridge on Nithsdale Road as part of the Barrhead to Glasgow electrification project.
Passengers are advised to check before they travel this August Bank Holiday as Network Rail is set to carry out track, signalling and overhead wire works to improve Anglia’s rail network.
Network Rail has formally started the legal consultation process with its trades unions on the maintenance reforms required to modernise and improve productivity and efficiency.
An Ayrshire railway line is set to re-open following extensive work to repair a void that opened up close to the tracks.
The newly reinforced Calder Valley line will keep passengers moving this Summer as Network Rail upgrades a bridge in Huddersfield to unlock space for more trains in the future.
Passengers planning on travelling during RMT strike action are being warned not to get caught out with trains finishing much earlier than normal.
Network Rail Scotland and train companies are working closely to run as many services as possible during industrial action by the RMT union this Wednesday (July 27).
The rail industry is reminding passengers that services will be severely disrupted on Wednesday as a result of another national strike called by the leadership of the RMT union.