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Joint statement on performance from Network Rail and Southern
Southern and Network Rail accept that performance on the Brighton Main Line and routes into London Bridge has not been good enough and we understand passengers' frustration when things go wrong.Both companies are working hard together to improve reliability and investing heavily in improving...
Network Rail boss Mark Carne will not take bonus
The BBC reports that.................. Network Rail chief executive Mark Carne has said he will not take his bonus, following recent major rail disruption.Mr Carne was in line for a maximum bonus of £34,000 - around 5% of his £675,000 annual salary.Overrunning Christmas engineering work led to...
Rail regulator to investigate rail work delay chaos
From the BBC..................................The Office of Rail Regulation is to launch an investigation into major disruption to passengers caused by overrunning engineering work in London.King's Cross station has remained closed, with travellers told to use Finsbury Park instead.Following...
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...
ORR appoints director, economic regulation
The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) today announced it has appointed John Larkinson as director, economic regulation.In his current role as director, railway markets and economics at ORR, John led the 2013 periodic review – setting Network Rail’s funding and outputs for the next five years....
ATOC responds to changes in rail regulation
Responding to an ORR and DfT announcement on changes in rail regulation, Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC), said: "This is a broadly helpful response from Government to a range of recommendations from the Transport Select Committee. In...
ORR Statement on joint consultation conclusions published
The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) and Department for Transport (DfT) today published a statement on conclusions of a joint consultation carried out between December 2011 and March 2012 on A greater role for ORR regulating passenger franchisees in England and Wales.To unify the current...
? DOT opposes revoking regulatory exemptions for intermodal rail traffic
DOT opposes revoking regulatory exemptions for intermodal rail trafficThe Department of Transportation has added its voice to those urging the Surface Transportation Board not to increase regulation on container traffic. DOT filed an endorsement of intermodal service at railroads with the STB....
ORR consults on regulation of Borders Railway
The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) has today launched a consultation on its approach to the regulation of Borders Railway - the proposed new rail line between Edinburgh and Tweedbank.The 35-mile route will provide a new rail line between Edinburgh and the Borders region, connecting with Network...

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