The trial will test how effective the use of body cameras is in further improving the safety of Transport for Wales' passengers and staff.
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Every year around the world, billions of people travel by rail. But as passenger numbers continue to grow, and the expectations of passengers continue to be more demanding, the pressure on rail organisations to deliver high-quality passenger journeys increases.
What do passengers want from rail? What are the trends and challenges facing passengers, and how is the industry moving forward to deliver better services?
Following the worst performance figures in the UK in late 2019, TransPennine Express must now deliver a service that restores passenger trust.
Thalys passengers can now choose between around 50 local taxi fleets to complete their rail journeys via the Thalys app or website.
Network Rail has joined the board of the Transport for the South East partnership - a new body created to improve the transport network and grow the economy of the UK's South East area.
Following bad performance, the UK Transport Secretary has announced that West Midlands Railway will be required to invest ￡20 million to improve service.
The app has been designed to improve accessibility and inclusion on the Transport for Wales network and make travel easier for deaf passengers.
Following new research from Transport Focus, it was found that only 35 per cent of UK passengers who were eligible claimed compensation for their delayed journey.
A giant leap forward in mobile, always-on digital journey planning will be revealed by global infrastructure support business L.B. Foster in Hall 2/2 C60 at this year’s IT-TRANS at the Karlsruhe Trade Fair Centre in Rheinstetten, Germany on 3-5 March.
Eurostar has introduced a direct, non-stop route between the Netherlands and the UK without requiring passengers to disembark midway for passport control.
Following the outbreak of Coronavirus which is preventing Chinese tourists visiting Great Britain, train companies across the UK are offering fee-free refunds for rail tickets purchased in China.
Despite improvements in recent years, the UK rail industry still needs to make significant changes to its provision of information to passengers, says ORR.
In a bid to encourage sustainable travel and offer an alternative to flying, Greater Anglia has announced the introduction of its Rail Sail ticket.
The lack of bins on trains limits recycling options, despite a survey showing that 82 per cent of passengers would choose to recycle.
Directly integrated into the glazing of windows, smart window technology can broadcast videos with informational or promotional content, and offer passengers the ability to change window opacity to enhance their journey experience
The Memorandum of Understanding between IATA and UIC outlines that both parties will work to support intermodal travel and interoperability.