Publications

Here you'll find all our publications, reports, determinations and statements. 

Workforce management information

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Workforce information is sent to the Cabinet Office regularly and it includes the number of staff by grade, payroll and non-payroll.

Improving Assisted Travel

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Our Accessible Travel Policy guidance for train and station operators sets out the commitments they must include in their policies for helping older and disabled people to travel by rail.

Channel Tunnel

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Information on the terms of access to the Channel Tunnel.

Spending figures

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Details of payments in excess of £25,000 which have been made to our suppliers each month.

Track access decisions

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This section contains decisions we have made since 2019. For older decisions, please see our decisions library. All approved agreements and subsequently approved amendments to track access decisions are held on our public register.

Vacancies

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View and apply for current vacancies at the Office of Rail and Road.

Enhancements independent reporters reports

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Network Rail's network licence includes a condition providing for independent experts (reporters) to be appointed by the network operator (Network Rail), to provide ORR with advice on different aspects of Network Rail’s performance.

Consumer law

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Consumer law aims to ensure that businesses are fair and open in their dealings with consumers.

Exclusions from mainline railway requirements

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This page sets out what rail systems are excluded from the mainline railway requirements of the Railways and Other Guided Transport Systems (Safety) Regulations 2006 (as amended) (ROGS).

Better regulation

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We set out our approach to better regulation in order to meet our statutory reporting requirements.

Diversity and inclusion

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We're committed to the principles of diversity and equality: both as an employer, and as a safety and economic regulator.

Monitoring Network Rail train service performance

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Those that use the railway rely on both Network Rail and train operators to run a punctual and reliable train service. Our remit is to ensure that Network Rail is doing all that is reasonably practicable to deliver its contribution.

Annual assessment of Network Rail

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This document is part of how we hold Network Rail to account. It sets out how well we think Network Rail, including its regions and functions, is doing in providing services to its customers and funders and highlights any areas of concern.

Entities in charge of maintenance

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This page gives an overview of the requirements for a person or organisation responsible for the maintenance of rail vehicles (known as an entity in charge of maintenance).

Holding Network Rail to account

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How we will hold Network Rail (including routes, the System Operator (SO), and other relevant business units) to account against the network licence.