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Burglar in tree delayed 783 trains and cost half a million pounds - Jailed
from: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/uknews/crime/11129266/Burglar-in-tree-delayed-783-trains-and-cost-half-a-million-pounds.htmlBurglar in tree delayed 783 trains and cost half a million poundsA burglar who caused misery for thousands of commuters after 'stupidly' climbing a tree next...
Network Rail responds to regulator’s performance report for 2009-14
Network Rail has responded to the Office of Rail Regulation’s assessment of the company’s performance in the 2009-14 funding period. While this recognises successful delivery of a multi-billion pound investment programme to build a bigger better railway, safety improvements at level crossings...
Network Rail expecting record £70m fine for delays
Network Rail has said it expects to be fined about £70m - a record figure - for delays suffered by passengers.The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) is expected to impose the penalty later this year.Network Rail, which maintains Britain's tracks and rail infrastructure, said it was...
Snow: commuters voice anger at rail websites
 Snow: commuters voice anger at rail websitesTrain operators are under fire for misleading passengers over the state of the network.  The twittersphere was filled with complaints from travellers about what they described as the shambolic information they were receiving  By...
UK Rail punctuality: 'Fewer than 70% of trains' on time
 10 July 2012 Last updated at 17:23 from the BBCRail punctuality: 'Fewer than 70% of trains' on time Network Rail says more demand on services has a knock-on effect on punctuality  Fewer than 70% of trains run on time, "real" punctuality figures published by Network Rail (NR)...
Rail chiefs vow to improve data on train delays
from: http://www.heraldscotland.com/news/transport/rail-chiefs-vow-to-improve-data-on-train-delays.17459591Rail chiefs vow to improve data on train delaysDamien HendersonTransport Correspondent.RAIL passengers have been promised improved information about train delays following complaints about...
Train companies respond to ORR's proposed licence change on passenger information
Responding to the ORR’s proposed licence change on passenger information, Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) said:“Significant progress has been made in recent years and the industry is investing millions of pounds to provide better, more...
Tougher laws against illegal scrapyard could help solve railway cable thefts
Train companies respond to report into rail passengers' needs during unplanned disruption
In response to Passenger Focus’s report into rail passengers’ needs during unplanned disruption, a spokesperson for the Association of Train Operating Companies said:“We understand passengers’ frustration where there is disruption and appreciate that they want concise, relevant and up to...
Passengers want honesty when they face rail delays
In a report released today, the independent passenger watchdog has found that some passengers do not believe the reasons given to explain delays and cancellations. The research suggests that passengers want franker, more factual explanations of what has gone wrong.Passenger Focus worked in...

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