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Railbusinessdaily.com – telling the stories that matter most to the UK rail industry
The numbers are just staggering. An average of 4.8 million journeys a day from over 2,500 stations, covering 20,000 miles of track and crossing 30,000 bridges, tunnels and viaducts.
That is the UK’s rail network, with 240,000 people each playing a vital role in the success of its running and its transformation in the days, months and years ahead.
It is for those reasons why the rail industry, relied on so heavily by so many people, is such an exciting and fast-paced one to be involved in.
Here at railbusinessdaily.com we follow the journey of the railways, speaking to the industry leaders and telling the stories that matter to those involved in the sector.
We are at a time of great change, one of great investment and one of even greater opportunity. Network Rail is spending £47.9 billion on the railways in the five years up until 2024, and we have major projects such as the HS2, Crossrail and the upgrade of the TransPennine route underway.
There is also the imminent Williams Review – one that will reveal recommendations for reform that prioritise passengers’ and taxpayers’ interests.
Technology will be playing a major role in the transformation of the railways. News of the East Coast Main line to become Britain’s first mainline digital rail link is just the start to introducing digital signalling on the entire rail network.
It is that grasping of the latest technology and the collaboration for innovation that will continue to see the UK railways lead the way throughout the world. A zero-emission machine for removing and replacing rails and the UK’s first hydrogen-powered train are among just a few projects being developed. They are just two of dozens to benefit from the Department for Transport and InnovateUK’s First of A Kind Funding.
At the same time a lot of hard work is taking place to highlight the incredible career opportunities and a job for life that awaits in the rail industry. The Birmingham Centre for Railway Research and Education continues its outstanding work, while partnerships between Siemens Mobility and Selby College, and Walsall College and Balfour Beatty VINCI are allowing students to work on some of the biggest rail projects in the coming years.
The railways never stop moving and neither do in telling the stories. The articles we publish reach 40,000 rail professionals six days a week. Let railbusinessdaily.com take you on the journey of the news that matters most to the industry.