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A new sea wall at Dawlish is protecting the section of railway track that was washed away seven years ago in devastating storms, according to Network Rail.
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This week’s roundup of news from the UK railway industry.
A “forensic focus” is required to complete Crossrail within its revised budget and timescale, an inquiry has found.
Transport Secretary Grant Shapps has told a Transport Select Committee that the HS2 project will be vital for enabling people to meet each other unless teleportation becomes a reality.
Bailiffs from HS2 have started to evict protesters from Euston Square Gardens after they dug tunnels and set up a makeshift camp in opposition to the high speed rail project.
Network Rail’s helicopter team is surveying the railway as flood waters recede across the North West after Storm Christoph.
Ministers have been accused of failing to “get a grip” on the “ballooning costs” for HS2.
Dozens of rail staff have been recognised for their life-saving actions in rescuing vulnerable people.
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