Rail jobs

Lead Intercity and Market Director
Salary Circa £120k - Grade SCS2
London

PROFESSIONAL HEAD – ROLLING STOCK
£ Attractive remuneration package
LONDON

Business Manager (Senior Commercial Manager)
Circa £70,000 depending on experience
London

Simulator Manager
£competitive
Reading Station

Driver Manager
£competitive
Bristol Temple Meads

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    Investing in the north of England's rail services is integral to supporting economic growth and rebalancing the country's economy, new research has revealed...
    January 26, 2015
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    Overnight rail travel from London to Scotland can now booked up to a year in advance, following the launch of the Caledonian Sleeper website...
    January 26, 2015
  • Make funding fairer, says Transport Committee report
    Network Rail must regain passenger confidence and ensure fairer funding allocations to address spending that ‘for too long’ has been focused on London, according a Transport Committee report...
    January 23, 2015

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INTERVIEW - Terence Watson

Lorna Slade spoke to Alstom’s Terence Watson, co-chair of the Rail Supply Group about why it came into being, the challenges and opportunities for UK SME’s and why they need to start exporting right now

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INTERVIEW - Richard Carr
Richard Carr, managing director of depot equipment manufacturer Mechan spoke to Dave Songer about why purpose-built is the way forward, how better industry collaboration will ease confusion around equipment purchasing, and why he’s passionate about Sheffield...

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Should a reduced journey time to London from Plymouth be the only goal for the south west peninsula, asks Michael Ireland

Shock to the system?
With a Spending Review just around the corner, will it be as cataclysmic as some are suggesting, asks Andrew Meaney. And what would this mean for the Department for Transport and other funders, and their spending on rail?

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