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Wednesday, 30 January 2019

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  • Concerns over train schemeCONCERNS have been raised that a £12.5m scheme to double the number of passenger trains on one of the busiest lines in the Northern Rail franchise may have hit the buffers.

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  • Multi-million pound loan agreed for Doncaster Sheffield Airport car park expansion A multi-million pound loan has been signed off to help Doncaster Sheffield Airport expand its car park capacity. South Yorkshire council leaders and metro mayor Dan Jarvis nodded through the £3.5 million Local Growth Fund loan at a meeting of the Sheffield City Region combined authority at Doncaster’s High Speed Rail College on Monday.

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  • GTR: Training the next generation Top image: John Tomlin and Tim Wells in the simulator suite In December, RTM’s Jack Donnelly (pictured) paid a visit to Govia Thameslink Railway’s (GTR’s) training facilities across London. Here, he reports on the state-of-the-art technology being implemented to equip the...
  • Cyber security in the time of digital railwayRichard James Thomas, industrial fellow in data integration and cyber security at the University of Birmingham, considers the cyber security challenges that will arise as digital railway systems become the norm across the UK network. The Digital Railway Programme is transforming railway...
  • A quick backwards glance, then looking forwardsNeil Robertson, chief executive of NSAR, takes a shot at making some predictions for rail’s fate in 2019. I was asked to make some rail predictions in the first week in January 2018. They were: Prediction 1: Rail infrastructure business plans will have to do more to show how they will...
  • Heavy delays to new trains forces TfL to bring in temporary replacements on London OvergroundModified electric trains have been launched by TfL on the London Overground as a temporary replacement for the delayed delivery of new Class 710 electric trains. Earlier this month, the planned rollout of electric trains on the troubled Gospel Oak to Barking line was delayed indefinitely by...
  • Operator revealed for flagship rail freight interchange in the East Midlands Segro has been named as the operator of a new flagship rail freight interchange in the East Midlands ahead of its construction by the end of 2019. The company has signed a 25-year lease with Maritime Transport to operate the huge Strategic Rail Freight Interchange (SRFI) at the Logistics Park...
  • Five route options for East West Rail project unveiledThe East West Railway Company (EWRC) has unveiled five proposed routes for the new rail line between Bedford and Cambridge as a public consultation on the next phase of the scheme gets underway. The major East West Rail project will run from Oxford to Cambridge in three sections, and the central...

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