Well done to our role models at yesterday’s careers conference held by the Reach Society.
The purpose of the event was to inspire young people in the black community to explore their potential and the many pathways to success.
“I personally found it to be extremely uplifting to meet so many positive and enthusiastic young people and it is great that we can support their continued growth in this way.”
Find out more about some of our pathways to success ➡ https://www.networkrail.co.uk/careers/apprenticeships/
The Women in Rail Awards celebrates individuals and companies who have made a significant contribution to improving gender balance, diversity and inclusion within the UK rail industry in the last five years.
The Women in Rail Awards shortlist has been announced, and we're proud to introduce team Network Rail ---> https://www.networkrail.co.uk/network-rail-chief-executive-and-employees-shortlisted-for-women-in-rail-awards/
The biggest investment in the railways since Victorian times is now entering its final phases and better, more frequent and faster journeys are now becoming a reality.
Find out more about how millions of journeys will be transformed from now through to 2021 - www.networkrail.co.uk/RUP
Network Rail staff share what diversity and inclusion in the railway industry means to them.
For further information, you can find out more - https://www.networkrail.co.uk/who-we-are/diversity-and-inclusion/
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Network Rail Infrastructure, through subsidiary Network Rail, owns, manages, and maintains 21,000 miles of track and 40,000 bridges and tunnels in England, Scotland, and Wales. Network Rail Infrastructure owns the nation's 2,500 railway stations but manages only the 18 largest; the rest of the stations are managed by train operating companies, which provide passenger rail service. Passengers aren't all that ride Network Rail's system -- freight traffic has increased 50% under Network Rail's watch. Network Rail took over the UK's railways with backing from the government in 2002 from insolvent Railtrack Group. – less