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Stratford station congestion relief scheme secures DfT development funding

Network Rail has secured £2 million in funding from the Department of Transport to help develop plans to help relieve congestion at London’s Stratford station.  
20 September 2021

Network Rail launches second phase of Network Operating Strategy

Network Rail has launched the second phase of its ten-year Network Operating Strategy, aimed at improving operations in the rail industry.

10 September 2021

Key Manchester rail route gets 21st century signalling upgrade

An overhaul of Manchester’s railway signalling system is complete, improving future journeys for passengers and freight.
01 September 2021

Better Value Rail Toolkit launches

A new toolkit has launched to bring together the best ideas for rail projects and make the delivery of transport infrastructure projects faster and cheaper.
16 August 2021

Network Rail to connect 11,000-tonne tunnel at Peterborough

Network Rail is carrying out work to connect a new tunnel north of Peterborough to existing railway.
16 July 2021

First phase of Solent to the Midlands multimodal freight strategy published

Network Rail and Highways England have published the first phase of the Solent to the Midlands Multimodal Freight Strategy. 
12 July 2021

Passenger trains set to deliver parcels to city centres

High-speed parcel deliveries will soon be made by rail to satisfy a growing demand for faster freight.

09 July 2021

Recycled plastic railway sleepers laid on Network Rail tracks

Trains in Wiltshire are now running on top of old bottles, food packaging and other unwanted plastics, with the introduction of composite railway sleepers on Network Rail’s main line tracks.
01 July 2021

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