Transport for London (TfL) has reached a funding agreement with the UK government to support its transport network until March 2024.
After having submitted the detailed planning application for its train manufacturing site in Goole, Siemens has released CGIs of the site.
The University of Birmingham and Siemens Mobility have signed an MoU for a centre of excellence for rail research and innovation in Goole.
The ‘High Speed Rail (Crewe-Manchester) Bill’ – HS2 Phase 2b Western Leg – will be introduced in parliament today (24 January 2022).
Siemens Mobility has chosen Selby College as its partner to train the new apprentices who will work at the Goole site from 2023.
Registration is open for the Rolling Stock Procurement Forum organised by the Waterfront Conference Company on 27 November at Dentons, London. Scheduled speaker…
Jonn Elledge gets into the Christmas spirit and does some finger-pointing as to who is really to blame for the state of Britain's railways.
In his November column Jonn Elldge considers what the recent Budget means for the rail sector in terms of investment in projects such as HS2.
Network Rail has announced Transpennine Route Upgrade (TRU) works to take place in the first two weeks of August.
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.
In this month's column, Jonn Elledge muses on the future of HS2's eastern leg and the political tug of war taking place behind the scenes.
Jonn Elledge wonders what the largest city in Great Britain is that doesn't have a direct rail link to London and what even is a city?
The Mayor of Manchester has published his vision for rail for the city, to double passenger numbers to 200,000 by 2040 and other goals.
On 9 March 2017, Virgin Trains celebrates its 20th birthday on the West Coast route, where passenger journeys have grown to 37 million a year.