In Great Britain, 2,567 stations were served by mainline rail services as at 31 March 2020.
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Dumfries station accessibility improvements unveiled
Access for All project will benefit passengers at Dumfries station. Dumfries residents will get the first chance to see the proposed plans for accessibility improvements within the town’s railway station. Scotland’s Railway has confirmed that Dumfries station will benefit from the...
Great Northern can now further support disabled passengers at three stations on the Fen line
A wheelchair user from Stowbridge is urging other disabled people and those who require assistance to enjoy the independence he gains from travelling by train now that Great Northern has launched a new mobile assistance team for Downham Market,...
Fares partnership transforms the skills of rail staff and boosts income
A partnership between transport software provider ITAL and Carlisle Support Services aims to cut the amount of uncollected ticket revenue and enhance the flexibility of staff who work on the railway. Uncollected fares from passengers cost the rail industry at...
Work begins on new Cambridge station
Spades are in the ground to deliver a new, four-platform, fully accessible station at Cambridge Biomedical Campus in the south of the city by 2025, offering easier access to Europe’s largest centre of medical research and health science. With around...
New lift at Anderston station improves passenger access
Anderston station’s new lift is now in place following a programme of refurbishment work that will further enhance the passenger experience. The station works are part of a wider £32 million investment on the Argyle line to improve punctuality and...
Rail pastors back patrolling the Greater Anglia network
From 1 June onwards, they are again patrolling the network from Shenfield to Southend Victoria, Shenfield to Colchester Town and Harlow Town to Cambridge after an absence of nearly three years. Rail pastors patrol throughout the day and into the...
Second phase of significant upgrades at Morley approaches
Transpennine Route Upgrade (TRU) is reminding passengers travelling along the rail line between Manchester, Huddersfield, Leeds, and York to plan their journeys ahead of time, as nine days of major upgrades are due to take place from 17-25 June...
SWR gives 85-year-old Malden Manor station major refurbishment
South Western Railway (SWR) have given Malden Manor station a welcome refurbishment. Opened on 29 May 1938, Malden Manor station sits on the Chessington branch line in South West London and is described by Hidden London as ‘a pleasing art...
Sussex passengers enjoy improved station experience
Passengers using 11 stations in East and West Sussex are enjoying the fruits of a £1.8 million improvement programme completed over the past 12 months by Southern’s parent company Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR). Eight small Sussex stations now have customer...
GTR to ban e-scooters from 1 June
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) is reminding passengers that from Thursday 1 June, e-scooters, e-unicycles, e-skateboards, and hoverboards will be banned from its network. The decision follows a number of incidents on the UK rail and Tube network where lithium-ion batteries...
Campaign for Better Transport and RIA hold Rail Roundtable for Better Transport Week
Campaign for Better Transport and the Railway Industry Association are hosting a roundtable discussion on the future of rail...