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ORR recommends further action to tackle signalling market competition concerns

The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) has found that competition needs to be improved in Great Britain's railway signalling market particularly as new technologies are rolled out as part of Network Rail's delivery of the Digital Railway programme....

Network Rail completes track and signalling repairs at Church Fenton – normal service resumes after engineering train derailment

A normal service has resumed between Leeds and York this morning after Network Rail completed vital repairs overnight, following an engineering train derailment at Church Fenton. Since the incident in the early hours of yesterday morning, teams have worked around...

Passengers reminded of three-day closure at King’s Cross station 23rd-25th April

No trains will run to or from London King’s Cross on Friday 23, Saturday 24 or Sunday 25 April as major upgrades are made to the signalling system The following changes will also be put in place: Friday 23 April LNER trains...

From cyber secure to cyber smart: why a broader understanding of cybersecurity is vital to our railway’s resilience

The safety of our railways is paramount. Yet as digital technologies transform our networks, our concept of safety must evolve to include cybersecurity at its core. To maintain cybersecurity, it’s not enough to have well-designed technologies with state-of-the-art defences....

Anderton Concrete on the right track with Colas Rail

As part of Network Rail’s substantial Railway Upgrade Plan to increase capacity across the Great Western Main Line, the significant re-signalling project between Paddington and Reading is continuing to make significant progress. New cabling is currently being installed as part...

Rapid railway renewals on West Coast main line in North London

Three years’ worth of work to upgrade drainage, track and signalling equipment over a seven-mile stretch of railway in North London has been completed in just eleven days by Network Rail. On Thursday 1 April a more reliable railway reopened...

Hitachi Rail boosts maintenance offer as it completes acquisition of digital tech firm Perpetuum

Investment in UK’s Perpetuum enhances Hitachi Rail’s digital train maintenance, using pioneering data analytics to help customers to improve the safety, availability and reliability of their fleetsThe solution increases the safe lifespan of parts, significantly reducing industrial waste and...

Control panel provides new lease of life for Malton signal box

After 55 years of reliable service, the signalling control panel at Malton signal box on the popular York to Scarborough line has been upgraded by L.B. Foster TEW Engineering, ensuring uninterrupted performance well beyond 2060. Around 35 trains per day...

Phase 3 of Victoria Resignalling Programme to be delivered by Siemens Mobility

Network-based digital signalling and train control solution to be installedProgramme will deliver increased capacity and lower operating costs Siemens Mobility Limited has been awarded the contract to deliver the GRIP 5-8 stages of the Victoria Phase 3 programme. The work...

New signals for Kingston, Richmond and Twickenham set to improve train services in South West London

New signals will be switched on in South West London, this Easter introducing modern, more reliable equipment to improve rail journeys for passengers. As a result of this work, the line from New Malden to Shepperton will be closed from...

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Sunbelt’s £850K investment: Lighting the way for the Rail Industry

Sunbelt Rentals has boosted its hire fleet with an initial £850K investment in new Trime and PELI lighting solutions for...