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Avanti West Coast has received a short-term contract extension by the Department for Transport. The operator’s contract was due to […]
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Avanti West Coast has become the latest train operator to trial discounted tickets as the rail sector struggles to bring passenger numbers back to pre-pandemic levels.
A train operator has launched a dedicated communication channel to assist disabled travellers in a UK-first.
A mural celebrating one of the UK’s first female train drivers woman has been unveiled to launch a recruitment campaign.
Complaints about train operators Avanti West Coast and TransPennine Express soared as performance deteriorated, new figures have shown.
Engineers have completed “significant repairs” on a stretch of the main west coast rail line between Scotland and England after damage caused by flooding forced its closure.
Cross-border rail services between Scotland and England are severely disrupted due to strike action by members of the Aslef union.
Flooding has damaged part of the West Coast Mainline – meaning no trains will run between Carlisle and Glasgow until January 6, Network Rail said.
Problems with rail services in northern England are being caused by a “toxic combination” of issues, MPs have been told.
Three train operators serving northern England are getting fewer than half their services to arrive on time.
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