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Carillion Powerlines has secured a £11.6 million contract to carry out electrification work on the Shotts line. The company will deliver enhancements to nine stations on the route between Holytown Junction and Midcalder Junction.

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Stirling Council has approved Network Rail’s planning application to replace the Kerse Road Bridge as part of the electrification of the area’s rail network. The application sought permission to replace the existing bridge in order to meet the clearance distances required for the electrification

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Network Rail has today released new images showing how Edinburgh Waverley’s extended platforms will look once complete. Engineers are currently working in Scotland’s second busiest station to extend platforms 5 and 6, to the east of the station, and 12, to the west.

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The £6.5 million fourth phase of the Bishopbriggs Relief Road project has been delayed until early next year. Following a recent meeting between East Dunbartonshire Council and Network Rail, the local authority has confirmed the scheme's completion date has been pushed back to early 2018.

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Network Rail is to enable third parties to build and invest in its railway infrastructure projects as part of sweeping new procurement reforms. Network Rail invests almost £130 million in Britain’s railways every week, with over 15,000 live projects on its books.

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Work is to start on the next phase of the £100 million Glasgow Queen Street redevelopment project. Stage two of the scheme involves carrying out changes to walking routes and entrances/exits, including changes to the road network, bus stops and services, and taxi rank. Work will get underway on Aug

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Scottish Ministers have today given formal approval to an application by Network Rail to undertake major redevelopment works at Glasgow Queen Street Station. The Transport and Works Scotland (TAWS) Order triggers the latest phase of this ambitious improvement programme which, on completion, will giv

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Two local authorities have agreed to support Scottish Government proposals to deliver the reopening of rail stations at East Linton and Reston. Both Scottish Borders and East Lothian councils have written to transport minister Humza Yousaf to confirm their support for an option which would see the s

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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wHaG_BCFELE Glasgow City Council’s executive committee has today approved funding support of up to £10 million for the early delivery of a new rail station for Robroyston, paving the way for the delivery of almost 1,600 homes.

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Fife Council and local businesses have called on Network Rail to discuss the future of a proposed visitor centre and bridge walk at the Forth Bridge which has been delayed due to funding issues. First unveiled in 2014, the £15 million Forth Bridge Visitor Experience would have seen a North Queensfe

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Plans to build a visitor centre and bridge walk at the Forth Bridge are on hold after Network Rail admitted “non-core railway opportunities” are now less of a priority. First unveiled in 2014, the £15 million proposal would have seen a North Queensferry based visitor centre and lift and a South

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