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Rail freight shuttle

Author: ray - Published At: Fri 07 of Nov, 2003 20:30 GMT - (3387 Reads)
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An Anglo-Scottish rail freight shuttle will aim to take lorries of Briatin's congested roa network.

Strike to save rail

Author: railwatch - Published At: Wed 22 of Oct, 2003 13:21 BST - (2563 Reads)
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Rail workers in Poland are planning to strike next month, calling for more investment in the railway.

Strike to halt cuts

Author: Ray King - Published At: Tue 21 of Oct, 2003 21:52 BST - (2717 Reads)
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Polish railway workers plan to strike next month to defend their industry from cuts. They are demanding proper investment in the railway.

Quieter trains

Author: ray - Published At: Sun 19 of Oct, 2003 23:57 BST - (2867 Reads)
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Freight trains set to become quieter thanks to technological advances approved this week.

Overcrowding

Author: Ray King - Published At: Wed 15 of Oct, 2003 21:23 BST - (2798 Reads)
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Overcrowding on trains is bad and likely to get worse, MPs warned.

Dial India

Author: Ray King - Published At: Wed 15 of Oct, 2003 01:09 BST - (2765 Reads)
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Train travellers may soon have to ring Indian call centres for railway timetable and fares information.

Users unite

Author: Ray King - Published At: Tue 14 of Oct, 2003 16:53 BST - (2745 Reads)
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The national rail users conference will be held on 1 November 2003. You should be there. Details below.

How to win

Author: railwatch - Published At: Mon 06 of Oct, 2003 15:21 BST - (2707 Reads)
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A NEW guide is launched today Monday 6 October 2003 to help campaigners in their fight for better train services.

Metro for London

Author: Railwatch - Published At: Sat 04 of Oct, 2003 23:28 BST - (2819 Reads)
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A pilot scheme to promote better use of suburban metro-style trains was launched on 30 September 2003 in South London.

The Overground Network (ON) pilot aims to encourage passengers to make more use of London's off-peak services.

Metro Rail

Author: railwatch - Published At: Thu 02 of Oct, 2003 10:02 BST - (2649 Reads)
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A pilot scheme to promote better use of suburban metro-style trains was launched on 30 September 2003 in South London.

Rail shops

Author: railwatch - Published At: Fri 29 of Aug, 2003 13:26 BST - (2725 Reads)
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Bringing shops to small stations makes life more convenient for rail travellers and helps businesses make money while also providing a social service.

MP backs railcard

Author: railwatch - Published At: Mon 21 of Jul, 2003 23:36 BST - (2779 Reads)
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Railfuture's campaign for a national railcard has won support from Labour MP Mark Lazarowicz.

Viva Arriva

Author: railwatch - Published At: Fri 23 of May, 2003 23:00 BST - (2863 Reads)
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Arriva Trains Northern is embarking on a major campaign to champion rail travel.

Speed challenge

Author: railwatch - Published At: Sun 16 of Mar, 2003 23:26 GMT - (2308 Reads)
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The Government's decision to make councils to paint speed cameras yellow is being challenged by road safety campaigners on Thursday 20 March 2003.

Ticket offer

Author: railwatch - Published At: Fri 14 of Mar, 2003 12:47 GMT - (2488 Reads)
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Central Trains is celebrating the launch of their new website with a free rail ticket offer.

Safety first

Author: railwatch - Published At: Sat 08 of Mar, 2003 21:24 GMT - (2664 Reads)
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Railway safety will be promoted worldwide on Friday 14 March 2003 when rail workers in over 60 countries join together as part of a global action day.
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