London Northwestern Railway has announced that it will start to run a new timetable from next week as part of their commitment to operate a regular train service for key workers during the coronavirus outbreak.
Network Rail has announced that key workers, such as NHS staff, can now park for free at a number of stations across the west including at Bristol Temple Meads, Chippenham, Swindon, Reading and London Paddington.
The Didcot Railway Centre and Swindon Panel Society have announced that they are helping Network Rail during the Coronavirus period.
British Transport Police have released an appeal for further information after a body was found near the railway in Birmingham.
Network Rail has announced that every 24 hours, 188,000 tonnes of critical supplies, including food, fuel and medicine, is being moved by rail between London, Birmingham, Manchester, Liverpool and Glasgow.
The British Transport Police has announced that a woman has been fined £660 at court after being found guilty of breaching the new Coronavirus restrictions.
Network Rail has announced that new measures will be put in place this week at Manchester Piccadilly to keep passengers safe during the Coronavirus crisis.
Network Rail is appealing to former signallers in Norfolk and Suffolk to help the railway running during the coronavirus crisis.
Network Rail has announced that a section of railway between Taunton and Castle Cary in Somerset has reopened, allowing key workers to get to work.