The Association of Rail North Partner Authorities, the organisation that oversees the North’s two major rail franchises, TransPennine Express and…
New train franchises mark the start of greater investment and greater local control.
Arriva and First have been chosen to run the new Northern and TransPennine Express franchises from April 2016.
Transport Secretary and Directors of Rail North have signed the Partnership Agreement which will govern the new Northern and TransPennine Express franchises from April 2016.
Report examines thirty two routes across the north for their suitability, affordability and contribution to northern economic prosperity.
The minimum requirements for the new Northern and TransPennine Express franchises from April 2016 have been agreed and published by Rail North and DfT.
Train companies that are in the running to transform rail services across the north have been announced.
Consultation on the new Northern and TransPennine Express rail franchises, which will begin in February 2016, is now underway. Run by the…
Foundation for stronger decision-making involvement of the North of England's authorities agreed
Proposals developed by Rail North will form the basis for the partnership, including a Long-Term Rail Strategy, the draft version of which was widely consulted on over the summer