Archive for category: Stations

Stockholm Central station to undergo major overhaul to meet future needs

The Swedish Transport Administration has commissioned engineering consultancy Sweco to plan and redesign Stockholm Central station for future needs.
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Gallery: The beautiful (and bizarre) world of railway station art

Amazing architecture and artwork is common in railway stations around the world, from the spectacular to the outright peculiar.
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Gallery: The beautiful (and bizarre) world of railway station art

Amazing architecture and artwork is common in railway stations around the world, from the spectacular to the outright peculiar.
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Network Rail and AECOM to review New York’s Penn station

The partnership will start work to assess the station immediately and will make recommendations to improve its design, functionality, communications and coordination.
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Network Rail and AECOM to review New York’s Penn station

The partnership will start work to assess the station immediately and will make recommendations to improve its design, functionality, communications and coordination.
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SNCF opens ‘garden station’ in Angers

SNCF's station team has said it has created a 'sense of urban dynamism' with the introduction of a 'garden railway station' in Angers.
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PKP to modernise Polish-German border railway

PKP has announced it is to invest 140 million Zloty (Around €32 million) improving connections from the Polish city of Szczecin towards Berlin, Germany.
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Waterloo and South West Route Upgrade

Widely regarded as one of the best of the London termini for passenger circulation and amenities, perhaps up until the reconstruction of Euston, Waterloo station now finds itself undergoing a major transformation. Once again, as it has done several times before, the station must keep ahead of capacity demands, both those pressing now and future […]
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Facial recognition technology to be trialled at Berlin railway station

Germany’s Ministry of the Interior has announced a pilot project to employ facial recognition technology at Berlin Südkreuz station. The six-month trial will overlay facial recognition software over the station’s existing video surveillance system and will track a database of volunteers. The project is being jointly undertaken by the Ministry of the Interior, the Federal Police, the Federal […]
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Completion of Glasgow Queen Street station redevelopment moved back to 2020

Network Rail has said a major redevelopment of Glasgow Queen Street station won’t now be completed until spring 2020. Work is due to begin on August 6, with sections of the station closed off to passengers while the alterations are carried out. Network Rail has spent the last few months reviewing the Transport and Works […]
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Funding announced for new stations in England and Wales

Five new stations are to receive a share of £16 million from the Department for Transport (DfT) through its New Stations Fund programme. Horden Peterlee in County Durham, Warrington West in Cheshire, Reading Green Park, Bow Street in Ceredigion, Wales, and Portway Parkway close to Bristol will all benefit. All of the station projects will be completed by early 2020, […]
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