12 April 2014.
London's transport authority has begun the search for a supplier to provide around 39 new trains on new GEML services and existing London Overground routes.
26 March 2014.
Transport minister Stephen Hammond was in Ipswich on March 21 to see the newly completed 1.2km stretch of railway built by Network Rail to increase capacity for freight trains and ease a major bottleneck affecting passenger services on the Great Eastern Main Line.
11 March 2014.
Part of a £65 million investment to provide 108 extra carriages for one of the country's busiest railways, the introduction of refurbished 10-car trainsets will boost capacity all over the SWT network.
8 March 2014.
Network Rail has awarded the contract to design and build the new Chiltern Railways route between London and Oxford, which includes one kilometre of brand new railways to connect the Bicester Town to Oxford line to the Chiltern main line.
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