The huge new station that will link HS2 with the Elizabeth line and mainline rail services at Old Oak Common has received official planning approval.
A new station on the Thameslink line for Brent Cross was given final approval by Barnet council last week.
After a few weeks of lockdown silence, life is returning to Crossrail as test trains have started running through its tunnels once again.
Network Rail is warning that it will be closing a section of railway in south-east London for 9 days in late July for upgrade works.
A report by Parliament’s Public Accounts Committee has criticized the management of HS2 over how it is handling the huge project and warned that it is already “badly off course”.
You wait for ages to name something then two opportunities come along at once – a train and a TBM.
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Not far from the south side of Heathrow, at Feltham, a new railway depot is being built, to increase capacity on the Waterloo to Reading and Windsor lines.
Transport for London has confirmed that it is expecting to see a loss of £4 billion in revenues this year due to the coronavirus lockdown around half its annual income.
Shadwell has two railway stations right next to each other, for the Overground and the DLR, and yet separate, and unsurprisingly, TfL has looked at how it could merge the two into one.
Following advice yesterday that people who can’t work from home should go back to work, TfL has outlined how it will cope with the commute in the era of the virus.
One of the many things that HS2 will deliver to Euston is a new London Underground entrance in a much needed location – south of the Euston Road.
Changes to how much people pay for their peak-hours commute could be considered as a way of encouraging people to commute at different times, according to a report from the Institute for Fiscal Studies (IFS).
Great Western Railway (GWR) has named a train in honour of the veteran who has raised more than £29 million for the NHS to mark his 100th birthday.
Formal approval has been given by Waltham Forest council to proceed with an £18 million upgrade of Leyton tube station.
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