An investigation has been launched after two "malicious" devices were placed on railway tracks in a pro-Brexit sabotage attempt.
Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has been fined £5 million by the rail regulator over its poor communication with passengers during the introduction of a new timetable in May last year.
A cross-party report has damned transport minister Chris Grayling’s mismanagement of the rail network, and predicted rail users will face yet more problems this year.
Passenger satisfaction with rail services has fallen to a 10-year low after the industry was plagued by a series of issues.
Knife crime on Britain's rail network has more than tripled in the past three years, police figures suggest.
Jeremy Corbyn condemned the rail fare hikes, as London Mayor Sadiq Khan committed to freezing TfL fares for the third year running
Shadow transport secretary Andy McDonald said Labour would support a second referendum if an alternative Brexit deal was not presented, and criticised the rail fare hikes
The rail company is providing dedicated carriages for football fans and deploying staff trained in conflict resolution to deal with the supporters at stations.
Train punctuality has slumped to a 13-year low after a series of major issues plagued Britain's railway in 2018.
Rail workers at two companies are staging fresh strikes in the long running dispute over guards on trains, causing travel misery for last-minute Christmas shoppers.
Network Rail will scrap toilet charges at all its train stations from April 1, it has been announced.
Siobhan Benita, the Liberal Democrat Mayoral Candidate for London has said that Sadiq Khan saying he did not know about the overspending on Crossrail is “unbelievable”.
The Transport Secretary has been criticised by MPs for his handling of changes to rail timetables in May this year.
The cost of travelling by rail will increase in 2019, with many rail season tickets set to rise by more than £100.
Bruce Williamson, from Rail Future has said that Network Rail is struggling “under tight financial control” and delays due to leaves on the line show that they have had to make “cutbacks”.
Rail passengers unhappy with how their complaints have been handled will be able to use a new service from Monday.
Samaritans' Neil Peters has said that passengers should “trust their instincts and act” if they seem someone who they believe to be suicidal on the railways.
Dr Luciana Esteves has said that the UK is spending a “huge amount of money” to protect railways and homes from rising sea levels and “it is not sustainable”.
One in seven trains missed the industry's Public Performance Measure (PPM) of punctuality in the 12 months to August 18.
Pay and disputes over guards will threaten services over the summer
New lines and improved connections between cities could reduce reliance on London according to a new report
Every train run by the UK's busiest franchise, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) was rescheduled from Sunday.
The shake-up is designed to increase overall frequencies and reliability, but some passengers will find their regular journeys are no longer possible.
Christian Wolmar said that, while the RMT should come to an agreement, the Government must be prepared to negotiate