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The Department for Transport has granted Avanti West Coast and CrossCountry long-term contract renewals.
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Next year’s rise in English rail fares will be below inflation, the Government has announced.
A £72 million package to improve railway services in Greater Manchester has been announced, but a long-term project to add extra platforms to the city’s busiest station has been scrapped.
Free Wi-Fi for train passengers may no longer be available under new cost-saving measures.
Plans to shake up the railway network may be watered down as legislation to give powers to a proposed new public sector body could be delayed, it has been reported.
Rail fares in England will rise by nearly 6% in March, the Department for Transport (DfT) said.
Railway cleaners are to protest outside the Transport Department (DfT) on Wednesday, calling on the Government to end the “scandal” of poverty pay.
A project developing so-called self-charging trains is among the winners of a Government funding competition to transform the future of transport.
New rail minister Huw Merriman said the Government is “working on our options” for improving train services at Bradford.
Network Rail expects its annual energy bill to exceed £1 billion for the first time.
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