Latest news from London Northwestern Railway.
A powerful new cleaning tool in the fight against the spread of coronavirus has been unveiled by London Northwestern Railway this week.
London Northwestern Railway is reassuring customers who require assistance when travelling that help is still available on the rail network despite the impact of coronavirus.
Passengers using Tamworth station are being advised there will be no lift access at the site from July 20 while essential improvements are carried out.
A project to enhance the forecourt at the entrance to Watford Junction station is under way. The scheme, being run by Watford Borough Council, will include the installation of large freestanding letters spelling out 'WATFORD'.
As parts of the hospitality sector reopen this weekend, London Northwestern Railway is reminding passengers that trains are for necessary journeys only.
Rail operator West Midlands Trains is adding thousands of extra seats to its timetable from next week as demand for train travel continues to increase amid the easing of lockdown measures.
Rail operator West Midlands Trains has announced that Zena Dent has been appointed its new engineering director to oversee the implementation of two brand new train fleets as well as the maintenance of the existing fleet.
Navigating the West Midlands railway network has been made easier for passengers with mobility needs after the important opening of new lifts at Lichfield Trent Valley station this week.
Rail passengers using London Northwestern Railway services are being reminded they must wear a face covering when travelling on public transport from today (Monday 15 June).