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An academic who climbed the Forth Bridge at night tells Ian Johnston of the appeal of trespassing
Yes, the new railway will go faster; but the reason to build it is not just speed – it is capacity
'Overhead wire problems' cited for closure
Rail bosses challenge claims over HS2 budget
The Government risks angering trades unions with plans to commercialise the running and repair of Britain's core roads network, a move likely to lead to full privatisation.
Pay figures emerge as poll of passengers reveals commuter dissatisfaction
The star last night paid tribute to her beloved pet in posts on the social networking site Twitter, which had driven the search
Up to a foot of snow may fall over the Scottish Highlands as Environment Agency is forced to take back its claims that building snowmen will prevent flooding
Franchises claim huge sums from Network Rail for delays – so where does all the cash go?
The Football Association have defended their decision to change the FA Cup final's traditional 3pm kick-off time despite the travel chaos it is set to create for Liverpool fans.
Network Rail was fined £4 million today over safety failures in the lead-up to the fatal Grayrigg train crash.
Internships can build confidence as well as experience, says Russ Thorne
The parents of two teenage girls killed at a level crossing six years ago have said that the individuals responsible for safety failures must be brought to justice, after Network Rail pleaded guilty to breaching health and safety laws yesterday.
Badly maintained points to blame for 2007 derailment at Grayrigg which killed passenger
PM risks confrontation with MPs after backing new link between London and Birmingham
The business world rediscovers the value of the apprentice. By Russ Thorne