Rail Delivery Group - Articles and news items
Rail industry news / 10 February 2017 /
Recent research initiated by the Office of Road and Rail (ORR) has found that passengers buying train tickets from ticket machines often paid more than was necessary and some were even at risk of a penalty fare.
Rail industry news / 7 February 2017 /
The rail industry has gathered today to set out a blueprint on how technology can address challenges facing Britain’s railway.
Rail industry news / 2 February 2017 /
A new rail infrastructure strategy report published by the Rail Delivery Group gives advice on how the railway can help grow Scotland’s economy and support its communities.
Rail industry news / 1 February 2017 /
An overhaul of rail fares is to be trailed by UK rail companies to provide passengers with clearer, simpler ticket choices.
Rail industry news / 2 December 2016 /
The rail industry has today announced that Britain’s train fares will rise by an average of 2.3% next year…
Rail industry news / 21 November 2016 /
In a new report, the Rail Delivery Group sets out how it is essential for the railway to embrace new technology to address capacity challenges.
Rail industry news / 1 October 2016 /
From 01 October, rail passengers in the UK will benefit from improved rights on delay compensation following the introduction of the new National Rail Conditions of Travel which is in line with the Consumer Rights Act.
Rail industry news / 16 August 2016 /
Regulated rail fares will increase 1.9 percent across England, Scotland and Wales next year with the figure determined by July’s Retail Prices Index (RPI). The rail industry gives its reaction…
Rail industry news / 9 May 2016 /
With the number of rail journeys in Britain rising to almost 1.7billion last year, industry leaders have highlighted the value of rail investment in order to meet demand.
Rail industry news / 2 February 2016 /
The Rail Delivery Group has announced plans to develop new-style barcoded smart ticketing or ‘m-Tickets’ for rail travel across Britain which can be sent directly to passenger smartphones.
Rail industry news / 4 December 2015 /
2016 rail fares will rise by an average 1.1 percent from January next year, the smallest annual increase for six years.
Rail industry news / 22 October 2015 /
UK rail industry leaders have unveiled a train punctuality app designed to allow passengers to track train promptness and reliability.