Results 1–20 of 3379 for network rail

Scottish Parliament: Railways (Performance) (22 Sep 2016)

Neil Bibby: Official ScotRail statistics show that in the run-up to 20 August, 24 out of 75 services were late more often than they were on time. Only 38.7 per cent of trains to Paisley Canal, 29 per cent of trains to Dalmuir and 25 per cent of trains to Milngavie arrived on time, and only one in 10 trains to Arbroath, Ardrossan Harbour and High Street Glasgow stations arrived on time. This Government...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: East Coast Railway Line (20 Sep 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: Network Rail and the relevant train operators will continue to develop the detail and performance implications of the 2021 timetable in line with the industry’s normal timetable development process, under the oversight of the Office of Rail and Road. With regard to the operation of the Thameslink central core, this is a matter for Network Rail and the relevant train operators, under the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: East Coast Railway Line (20 Sep 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: Network Rail and the relevant train operators will continue to develop the detail and performance implications of the 2021 timetable in line with the industry’s normal timetable development process, under the oversight of the Office of Rail and Road. With regard to the operation of the Thameslink central core, this is a matter for Network Rail and the relevant train operators, under the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: East Coast Railway Line (20 Sep 2016)

Lord Ahmad of Wimbledon: Network Rail and the relevant train operators will continue to develop the detail and performance implications of the 2021 timetable in line with the industry’s normal timetable development process, under the oversight of the Office of Rail and Road. With regard to the operation of the Thameslink central core, this is a matter for Network Rail and the relevant train operators, under the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Graffiti (20 Sep 2016)

Lord Mawson: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what steps they are taking to remove graffiti from the rail network.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Industrial Health and Safety (20 Sep 2016)

Lord Mawson: To ask Her Majesty’s Government what assessment they have made of the health and safety implications of discarded pieces of rail and equipment alongside tracks across the rail network.

Northern Ireland Assembly: Private Members' Business: 'A Vision for Northern Ireland outside the EU' (19 Sep 2016)

Declan McAleer: ...the European Union, 'Roadmap to a Single European Transport Area', which sets out a long-term strategy to make the EU transport system more efficient. Central to this is TEN-T, the trans-European network. TEN-T is a multibillion-pound pot used for the funding of intermodal networks throughout the EU. The objective is to decrease the bottlenecks between EU member states to enable the...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Fares (16 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: The Government regulates the existence and price of certain rail fares. We protect passengers by setting the maximum amount regulated fares can increase year-on-year. In general the fares that are regulated include commuter fares (in major cities), some weekly, monthly or annual season tickets, day singles and returns (Oyster Pay As You Go in London) as well as some protected fares like...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Govia Thameslink Railway (15 Sep 2016)

Crispin Blunt: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, what payments his Department has made or is projected to make to Network Rail in respect of the rail network used by Govia Thameslink Railway for each financial year of the franchise period.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Govia Thameslink Railway: Finance (15 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: As was stated when the franchise was awarded to Govia Thameslink Railway, the Thameslink Southern and Great Northern franchise is let as a management contract, where ticket revenues are passed directly to the Government rather than retained by Govia. This means that this franchise does not have premium/ subsidy payments. In respect of part (a) Prior year figures are published by the ORR:...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railway Stations: Repairs and Maintenance (15 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: We are currently working with Network Rail to ensure that the majority of Access for All stations will have at least a design completed in this rail Control Period. This will ensure that stations that have construction deferred will be ready to start on site as early as possible once funding is available again in 2019/20. We expect to announce which stations will be affected shortly.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Govia Thameslink Railway (15 Sep 2016)

Nicholas Soames: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how much was paid in compensation for train delays by Network Rail to Govia Thameslink Railway related to Southern railway in each of the last four years.

Written Answers — Department for Transport: London-Brighton Railway Line: Capital Investment (15 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: Network Rail is currently developing proposals for potential upgrades of the Brighton Main Line, following the conclusions of the Sussex Route Study, and the London South Coast Rail Corridor Study, both of which highlighted significant capacity and performance constraints. Government will fund Network Rail to develop proposals as necessary.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Midland Main Line (Electrification) (15 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: Following the un-pausing of electrification, Network Rail has re-mobilised its team and is working towards a final design for the enhancement programme, as set out in the Hendy review last year. Work to increase capacity on the route has already started.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Crossrail (15 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: My hon. Friend is right to point out the connectivity benefits of Crossrail. I know that it has looked at the possibility of an extension through Harrow and Wealdstone, which he has been campaigning for, and into Hertfordshire, to join the west coast main line there. That was found by Crossrail, Transport for London and Network Rail to offer poor value for money, so we are not taking it...

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: High Speed 2 (15 Sep 2016)

Chris Grayling: To be absolutely clear, the Government are firmly committed to HS2, which will become the backbone of our national rail network and help us to build an economy that works for everyone. I have spent a lot of time this summer looking at the full extent of the route, so I fully understand all the issues around it.

Oral Answers to Questions — Transport: Topical Questions (15 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: Like me, my hon. Friend is a passionate advocate of improved accessibility on our rail network. As he will know, some of the Access for All funding was re-prioritised under the Hendy recommendations. I am hoping to announce very shortly which stations will be prioritised again. I stop in Lichfield Trent Valley often myself—largely in the dark, I must confess—and I am sure there is...

Business without Debate: Nottingham Express Transit Extension (14 Sep 2016)

Paul Maynard: ...boundary of the sponsoring authority. That can cause problems and I recognise in what she has said a lot of my own past seven years as a Member of Parliament. The Government are supportive of light rail in the right place. It is clear that it is a mode of transport that is convenient, reliable and increasingly popular. It also has considerable scope for innovation, particularly where it...

Written Answers — Department for Transport: Railways: Accidents (14 Sep 2016)

Andy McDonald: To ask the Secretary of State for Transport, how many platform train interface incidents reported on the national rail network involved driver-only operated passenger services in each year since 2010.


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