A proposal to include an appendix to the Goal Setting Principles for Railway Health and Safety setting out additional factors to be considered for operation of passenger trains in GOA4, Unattended Train Operation configuration.
Under Part M of the Network Code, parties can appeal to ORR against determinations made by the relevant panel of the Access Disputes Committee which it considers to be wrong or unjust because of a serious procedural or other irregularity.
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.
We've created a range of guides to explain the different responsibilities within the Train Driving Licences and Certificates Regulations 2010 (TDLCR). Our guides provide comprehensive information on all aspects of the TDLCR.
We have received licence holder consent for the new licence condition on delay compensation. We have therefore published notification of this licence change, which will come into force on the 1 April 2022.
This document is part of how we hold Network Rail to account. It sets out our views on Network Rail's delivery to its wide range of stakeholders within its regions and functions, highlighting any current and forthcoming risks as well as other areas of concern.
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.
Signalling systems are an essential part of the railway. They keep passengers safe by ensuring trains do not come into conflict with each other and play a key role in freeing up capacity on our congested network.
The regulatory requirements for managing safety on the railways, tramways and other guided transport systems. This page details who needs to comply and what they must do to meet minimum standards in Great Britain.