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West Coast deal halted with 11th hour challenge
 Richard Branson halts West Coast railway deal with dramatic 11th-hour legal challengePUBLISHED: 01:22, 4 September 2012 | UPDATED: 08:52, 4 September 2012  The controversial West Coast railway deal was dramatically halted last night following a legal challenge by Virgin boss Sir...
UK Railway ticket offices face cull, including popular commuter stations!
 Railway ticket offices face cullMore than 100 railway ticket offices are set to be shut or see their operating hours cut under plans being considered by ministers.  The cutbacks have also been fiercely opposed by the rail unions who fear jobs will be lost Photo: Alamy By David...
Railway campaigners angry at Government's 20 year claims
 Sussex railway campaigners angry at Government's 20 year claims7:00am Saturday 31st December 2011 in News By Tim Ridgway »Campaigners have reacted angrily to Government claims that a missing rail link does not need to be opened for two decades.Activists have been lobbying to...
East Midlands Trains launches 1,500 additional seats
Thousands of extra seats now available on busy Nottingham to Liverpool route Ten trains every weekday providing double the seating capacity Additional service extended through to Norwich Rail passengers have received an early Christmas present today (12 December 2011) with the launch of...
Villiers says 8% rail fare rise is 'essential'
 Villiers: 8% rail fare rise "essential"By Joseph Willits Follow Joseph on Twitter The coalition government is set to increase rail fares by an average of 8%.  For the first time, fares will go up by an additional 3% above the Retail Price Index (RPI).  The July figure...
8800 extra spaces for busy trains on key routes
Space for up to an extra 8,800 rail passengers is being created on key commuter services in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds, Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Newcastle, Rail Minister Theresa Villiers announced today.Under a deal funded by the Government, passengers on Northern Rail are to benefit...
Passengers benefit from £150m investment in train stations
A multi-million pound project that has seen major improvements made to train stations across England and Wales is being celebrated this week.Minister of State for Transport the Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP will be guest of honour at an event at Warrington Central, the 150th station to benefit from...
Crossrail awards £255m tunnel contracts
 Crossrail awards £225m tunnel contracts7 April 2011 | By Barry O'Sullivan  of Building.co.uk at : http://www.building.co.uk/news/breaking-news/crossrail-awards-£225m-tunnel-contracts/5016503.articleMurphy, Hochtief, Vinci and Morgan Sindall confirmed in latest...
Chiltern Railways faces £500,000 fine for breach of franchise terms
    Chiltern Railways faces £500,000 fine for breach of franchise terms by Sarah Probert, Birmingham Post Apr 7 2011   Chiltern Railways faces a £500,000 fine from the Government over breaches of its franchise agreement.The penalty for the company concerns...
Channel tunnel row threatens to derail high-speed London-Frankfurt link
 Channel tunnel row threatens to derail high-speed London-Frankfurt linkHigh-speed London to Frankfurt service planned for 2013 is at risk because of a row between Siemens and Alstom over train safety Dan Milmo...

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