On behalf of Network Rail, train operators and freight companies, the Rail Delivery Group has been working with partners across the industry as part of a task force to understand how Britain could have a low carbon railway in the future.
Britain's rail companies give wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans free travel to Invictus UK Trials
From tomorrow, rail companies are providing free travel for over 100 wounded, injured and sick service personnel and veterans, plus their companions, to enable them to compete in the UK trials for the Invictus Games.
Following today's statement from the RMT union on a planned ballot for strike action over pensions, a spokesman for the Rail Delivery Group, said:
Key improvements made by the rail industry in recent years are reflected in scores from the most recent survey of 28,000 passengers published today by the independent watchdog Transport Focus.
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