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All train firms will have to join a new rail ombudsman scheme to ensure "independent scrutiny" of passenger complaints

All train companies will have to participate in the new rail ombudsman scheme to ensure passenger complaints are effectively scrutinised, under plans set out today by the Office of Rail and Road (ORR).

Train derailed after stretch of track was 'not inspected for years after confusion over responsibility'

A train derailed after a stretch of track was not inspected for years because Network Rail and London Underground were confused as to who was responsible for it, a report has found.

Councils get a funding bump to help clean up bus emissions

Government announces winners of next tranche of funding from the Clean Bus Technology Fund, which will see almost 3,000 buses upgraded to cleaner technologies by 2020

Friday, 09 February 2018

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