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Ten years ago a railway line opened, and completely changed train travel. HS1 - the Channel Tunnel Rail Link - was the first of what could be many high speed routes across the UK. Fred and Sangeeta introduce our comprehensive coverage.
Tuesday 14th November marks the 10th anniversary of the high speed rail link which travels to London through Kent and Essex.Read the full story ›
It's been ten years since the high speed line between Folkestone and London St Pancras was completed.
But it was talked about for 30 years before it was built. And one of the biggest sticking points was the route it should take.
There were several different options proposed over the years - through Sussex as well as Kent.
Abigail Bracken's been looking back at the rows over the route. Her report includes interviews Charing Parish Council's Cllr Tylden Reed and the former Conservative MP for Maidstone and the Weald, Ann Widdecombe.
Three lanes closed and queueing traffic due to accident on M27 eastbound between Rownhams Services and J4 M3. Lanes one, two and three (of four) are closed to allow clear up of debris.
Gatwick Airport has scooped two awards including Airport of the Year at the National Transport Awards.
Reduced queuing times and adding more choice to its retail concessions are among the factors that the Airport believes helped them win the title. It follows the busiest ever October for the site, where 3.9 million passengers walked through its doors.
As a result of Gatwick’s continually increasing global connectivity, long-haul traffic also continues to boom. Passengers can now travel further across the globe, with 22 new long-haul routes added in the last 12 months, including flights to Cape Town, Singapore, Chicago and Seattle.
Gatwick Airport CEO, Stewart Wingate said it’s a reward for the commitment and hard work of staff and partners right across the airport.
Southern Rail says it has reached agreement with ASLEF, the drivers' union, after crippling industrial action.
We are pleased to let you know that we've reached an agreement with ASLEF, the trade union that represents most of our drivers. Thank you for your patience.
We can now plan better to provide you with a more reliable service. We would like to reassure you that:
• We have more on-board staff than ever before
• This is an independently assessed safe operation
• One third of UK trains already run this way
We are undergoing the biggest modernisation programme in generations, as part of our commitment to future-proofing the busiest part of the UK rail network. We will keep you posted about future developments.