Network rail system operator strategic business plan
Network Rail's Five-Year Plan - | Clarity Visual Management
Motorists and rail passengers are being advised about changes to journeys while a railway bridge is rebuilt at the Port of Workington. During the work motorists will need to follow a road diversion from Thursday 22 April to Sunday 6 June So traffic can still access the port, a temporary level crossing has been created to allow vehicles to cross the railway. A new footbridge and service bridge already built will open to the public tomorrow Thursday 22 April so pedestrians can safely cross. Siddick bridge will be entirely replaced with a modern structure which will mean more reliable journeys for passengers and freight on the railway below, with the new bridge needing much less maintenance in the future. Meanwhile, the railway will need to be closed for the old bridge to come down over the early May bank holiday, between Saturday 1 and Monday 3 May Network Rail is advising passengers to travel either side of the bank holiday weekend on Friday 30 April and Tuesday 4 May.
Rail Delivery Group: Industrys Strategic Business Plans
Network Rail today issued the Strategic Business Plan which outlines its spending proposals for the five-year period from to The document forms part of the company's ongoing discussions with the Office of Rail Regulation about its funding requirements for the period. The plan details what the company and its industry partners believe is required to grow and expand the railway to respond to the increasing demand for rail travel from both passengers and freight users.
Network Rail Limited is the owner via its subsidiary Network Rail Infrastructure Limited, which was known as Railtrack plc before  [ failed verification ] and infrastructure manager of most of the railway network in Great Britain. Network Rail's main customers are the private train operating companies TOCs , responsible for passenger transport, and freight operating companies FOCs , who provide train services on the infrastructure that the company owns and maintains. Since 1 September , Network Rail has been classified as a "public sector body".