Rail operator Great Western Railway has urged all passengers to double check the times of trains before leaving for the station ahead of the work. On Saturday services calling at Swindon and travelling between London Paddington and Bristol Temple Meads.
East Midlands Trains is reporting ... This is between Luton and London St Pancras and is disrupting trains on the London St Pancras/Nottingham/Sheffield route. Trains are expected to be cancelled until 1pm. Network Rail, which owns and maintains the.
An unemployed London ... level threat alert for both international and Northern Ireland related terrorism from the UK's Security Service (MI5). This was a reduction from the critical level alerts issued in September after the bombing of a train at the.
In London, a yellow weather ... times longer while bus and train services are also likely to be affected. Met Office spokeswoman Nicola Maxey said: "Snow is forecast for northern Scotland and this could potentially affect travel in the area.
Commuters in London have been affected by three separate incidents during the morning rush hour - including two collisions and a fire alert. A South West ... end of the day - with the train operator urging commuters not to travel into the capital.
Passengers travelling in and out of London faced delays on Saturday morning after rail and underground services were cancelled ... crossings between Barnes and Richmond in south-west London. Alerts on the company's website advised passengers of the changes.
Public transport in London was further disrupted when a passenger train crashed into buffers at King's Cross station and Holborn Tube station was evacuated because of a fire alert. Emergency ... "If you don't have to travel to Waterloo today, please.
London Tube and rail passengers will be able to get travel alerts straight to their mobile phones as part of a new deal between Twitter and Transport for London (TfL). TfL and the social networking platform began a pilot project on Thursday described as a.
Kings Cross St Pancras station, in North London, was evacuated twice due to fire alerts caused by staff leaving bread unattended, reports suggested. The station, one of the busiest in the capital, was closed for up to 20 minutes as fire crews investigated.