386 results in guidance, regulation, and business funds and grants
What you may need to do to travel to or in the EU and EEA after the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019.
Your rights as a passenger after the UK leaves the EU on 29 March 2019.
How travelling by train or running a rail service would be affected if the UK leaves the EU with no deal.
The Regulations place a duty on railway industry bodies (infrastructure managers, railway operators, or maintainers), involved in an accident or incident, to notify us.
Find information about contracts awarded directly by HS2 Ltd, including the status of current and future opportunities.
These drawings provide details of the proposed works to support the High Speed Rail (West Midlands to Crewe) Bill.
These are the plan and profile maps for Phase One of HS2 between London and the West Midlands.
Shows the preferred route between Crewe and Manchester for the western leg of HS2 Phase 2b.
Shows where the boundaries lie for the Phase 2b property schemes, covering Crewe to Manchester and the West Midlands to Leeds.
Explains what the railway byelaws are, why they have been made and how they can be enforced and interpreted.
These are the plan and profile maps for Phase One of HS2 between London and the West Midlands updated following completion of the House of Commons Select Committee process in February 2016.
Shows the preferred route between the West Midlands and Leeds for the eastern leg of HS2 Phase 2b.
The rail franchising schedule as of July 2017.
These plans and sections are as amended in the House of Commons Select Committee, coinciding with the Hybrid Bill process.
The likely significant effects of HS2 on the environment within the 26 community forum areas along the Phase One route.
Outlines the procedures involved in applying for a Transport and Works Act order.
Invitation to tender documentation for the East Midlands franchise competition.
These plan and profile maps show the route between the West Midlands and Crewe.
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