Network Rail is set to reveal its latest projects for which it is seeking third party funding.
Network Rail is putting “electrical earmuffs” on lineside equipment to combat the electrical interference from the new bi-mode trains set to run on the East Coast Main Line with its signalling equipment.
The Transport Committee has concluded that the Department for Transport (DfT) must shoulder “responsibility” for the failure of the InterCity East Coast franchise.
Two-thirds of staff axed at Moorside nuclear plant Subscription
The future of Cumbria’s Moorside Nuclear Power station has been thrown into further doubt after 68 out of 100 jobs were axed.
A joint venture between Sir Robert McAlpine and Channel Islands-based Garenne Construction Group has been named as the preferred contractor to undertake preconstruction works at Jersey Airport.
North West £1bn buildings framework launchedSubscription
Manchester City Council has launched a search for contractors to work on its £1bn construction framework for modular and portable buildings cross the North West.
Murphy wins £57M Yorkshire Water contractSubscription
Murphy has been awarded a £57M contract by Yorkshire Water to design and build a new energy and recycling facility in Huddersfield.
NIC urges councils to do more in EV rolloutSubscription
The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) has welcomed a £200M government investment in electric charging stations for electric vehicles, but warned more needed to be done by councils to facilitate the rollout.
Two JVs are in the running for the lucrative London stations contracts on High Speed 2, it is understood.
Network Rail’s new chief executive has vowed to increase devolved powers to regional authorities, sort out the trans-Pennine route upgrade and ensure the rail line in South Devon is “not another Dawlish”.