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A plaque has been unveiled commemorating Britain’s first black train driver, Jamaican-born Wilston Samuel Jackson.
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Train services on Southeastern’s network will be taken over by the Government today after the franchise holder failed to declare more than £25 million of taxpayer funding.
Dry ice will be blasted onto railway lines across northern England in a trial aimed at removing leaves more efficiently than current methods.
This week’s roundup of news from the UK railway industry.
Southeastern has launched a video to encourage passengers to support the accessibility needs of fellow travellers returning to the railway.
Three out of five transport workers have been verbally or physically attacked since the start of the pandemic, new research suggests.
Transport for London (TfL) has unveiled a new Tube map showing the first major expansion of the network this century.
There could be long-term damaging effects on city centres and High Streets unless workers return to commuting by train, new research warns.
A new study from Denmark has suggested road traffic and railway noise is associated with an increased risk of dementia.
Rail passengers in the UK can now receive alerts by WhatsApp when their train is delayed or cancelled.
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