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With 1,239 trespassing incidents on the UK rail network during September 2020 alone, Network Rail and the BTP have stressed the importance of safety.
Two new solutions - Automated Intelligent Video Review cameras and plasma technology - have been introduced on the TfW network to combat the challenges of autumn weather in the UK.
The railway charter will support the UK government's aim to break the cycle of homelessness and ending rough sleeping for good.
Supported by the German Federal Police, Deutsche Bahn is implementing new campaigns to ensure passenger compliance with face mask requirements.
The 'Stop. Trains Can’t.'?campaign will work to educate drivers on the safe use of rail grade and high-risk highway-railway crossings across the U.S.
Network Rail's fleet of autumn RHTT and MPV treatment trains treated 895,217 miles of track in 2019 – the equivalent of travelling to the moon three and a half times.
By making the projects part of the budget, ARA has highlighted the opportunity to invest in jobs-creating projects across the country.
The Safe Transport Team is a dedicated group of police officers working alongside Translink staff to discourage crime on the network.
The U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) has announced a huge funding package for rail infrastructure upgrades and enhanced rail safety measures for projects in Alaska and South Dakota.
Great Northern, Southeastern, Southern and Thameslink have partnered with the British Transport Police to enforce face covering regulations.
Following efforts to protect its staff and passengers, TfW has reported a positive behavioural change in passengers wearing face coverings.
The cushions, which feature FlexoFoam's in-house formulation of Fire-Retardant Polyurethane Foam, complies with all FST requirements of EN45545 HL3.
The tunnel, which resembles an airport scanner, works by spraying a person for up to five seconds as they walk through it with a dry, odourless sanitiser, which is proven to disable viruses like COVID-19.
As Network Rail’s investment works are completed, the North Wales line will be better protected from the extreme weather and flooding that has plagued it in recent years.