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The London boroughs have collaborated on a list of infrastructure projects that should be prioritised, including the Bakerloo line extension.
Transport for London (TfL) has confirmed that the full peak Elizabeth line timetable will be introduced on Sunday 21 May 2023.
Skanska Costain STRABAG JV has launched HS2's third London tunnel boring machine (TBM), 'Lydia' to construct the Atlas Road Logistics Tunnel.
TfL has released its annual budget, revealing that it can now fully cover operational costs and invest in new and improved services.
The opening of Bond Street Elizabeth line station in October 2022 marked the completion of the last new station on the Elizabeth line.
Bond Street Elizabeth line station opened today, 24 October, with the first Elizabeth line service arriving at the station at 5.47am.
Due to Avanti West Coast's ongoing problems, Jonn Elledge travels from London to Liverpool via the TPE to see what trains are like up north.
Network Rail has opened a new entrance building with step-free access for Elizabeth Line passengers using Ilford station in London.
Refurbishment of Romford station has been completed as part of a programme to upgrade existing stations providing Elizabeth line access.
The UK Transport Secretary has signed a new partnership agreement with Israel to share expertise on large scale rail projects.
Zonegreen will be demonstrating how its technology can reduce the risks faced by depot staff at this year’s InnoTrans exhibition in Germany.
Off the back of Europe’s latest record-breaking heatwave, Network Rail has commissioned a new resilience taskforce.
The ORR, the safety regulator of Britain's railways, has published its annual health and safety report covering April 2021 to March 2022.
Emeg® Group welcomes Paul Cussen as Project Director, responsible for leading the team at the Beckton DLR depot in East London.
We caught up with Emeg Group President Carl Backhouse to hear about some of the company’s past successes and exciting, upcoming projects.
The Elizabeth line has officially opened to the public, increasing central London’s rail capacity by 10 percent.