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NSAR Rebrand Supporting Businesses Bridge the Skills Gap

NSAR is pleased to announce a rebrand to support its new deeper business focus. NSAR has spent the past 12-months listening to its members and infrastructure industry leaders throughout the UK describe their biggest challenges and threats. The conclusion was...

New Chief Financial Officer (CFO) joins Skanska UK’s Executive Management Team

Meliha Duymaz has joined Skanska UK as Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President. Meliha is an established finance leader with a breadth of experience across services, operations and major construction projects and will report to President and CEO,...

South Western Railway leads rail industry with roadmap to net zero by 2040

South Western Railway (SWR) has announced a landmark commitment and roadmap to deliver net zero carbon emissions by 2040 at the latest, ten years ahead of the UK’s overall legal deadline to be net zero by 2050.  The Department for...

Northern City Line closed on Sunday 9 October for further testing of digital signalling

Passengers intending to use the Northern City Line between Finsbury Park and Moorgate on Sunday 9 October are asked to plan ahead and check before they travel as work is taking place to further test digital signalling on the...

RSSB signs Memorandum of Understanding with Korea Railroad Research Institute

RSSB has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with the Korea Railroad Research Institute (KRRI), enabling more collaboration in research and development to further improve railway safety. The MOU was signed at InnoTrans, the International Trade Fair for Transport Technology,...

Southeastern introduces a new timetable for December 2022

Southeastern will introduce a new timetable from 11 December 2022, designed to provide a simpler, more reliable train service for customers across Kent, East Sussex and South-East London. The timetable reflects the way people now travel and includes changes that...

Safety improvements in Bath protect both the railway and a bit of history

Network Rail has completed essential safety improvement work to the iconic low balustrade wall at Sydney Gardens in Bath, including the installation of railings to prevent trespassers from being able to gain access to the track. The wall itself was...

New figures reveal more trains On Time than ever in East Anglia

The number of Greater Anglia trains running On Time increased this year compared to last year, new figures show. The Office of Rail and Road has published its latest Passenger Rail Performance results which measures rail punctuality each month between...

Strike day timetable published for Saturday as passengers reminded to only travel by train if absolutely necessary

The rail industry is reminding passengers to only travel if absolutely necessary on Saturday, as the publication of the reduced timetable confirms just 11% of rail services will be in operation amid coordinated strike action by the RMT, TSSA...

QTS Group adopts Pathfindr’s Zonr smart worker safety system

Zonr, the smart safety system which creates virtual exclusion zones to protect worker safety in heavy industry, will be adopted by engineering contractor QTS Group across all its UK sites following a successful trial. QTS collaborated with Zonr’s manufacturer Pathfindr...

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NSAR Rebrand Supporting Businesses Bridge the Skills Gap

NSAR is pleased to announce a rebrand to support its new deeper business focus. NSAR has spent the past 12-months...