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Talks between rail union TSSA and train operators aimed at resolving a long-running dispute over jobs, pay and conditions have broken down.
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Train reliability in Britain reached the worst level on record after another month of disruption.
London to experience “unprecedented travel demand” in the coming days as people visit the capital to pay their respects to the Queen, transport bosses warned.
Train passengers in England and Wales will be hit with the largest fare rises in nearly a decade from Tuesday.
Rail firms have defended their decision to axe hundreds of daily trains amid coronavirus-related staff shortages.
Rail operators have blamed coronavirus-related staff shortages for widespread cancellations during the Christmas getaway.
There could be long-term damaging effects on city centres and High Streets unless workers return to commuting by train, new research warns.
Rail passengers in the UK can now receive alerts by WhatsApp when their train is delayed or cancelled.
Demand for rail travel has reached two-thirds of normal levels for the first time since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, new figures have revealed.
No domestic train operators will require passengers to wear face coverings on services in England from July 19, according to industry bodies.
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