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Temporary timetables, which will be in place for 79 days while the biggest upgrade to the railway in Derby since the Victorian era takes place, are now available.
Network Rail, East Midlands Trains and CrossCountry are working together to make it as simple and convenient as possible for customers to continue to travel whilst this huge upgrade takes place in and around Derby station between 22nd July and 7th October.
It is also a key part of the biggest upgrade of the Midland Main Line since it was completed in 1870, which will support better journeys between Sheffield, Derby, Nottingham and London.
Temporary timetables are available for:
Timetables also include times and pick up and drop off locations for all rail replacement bus services so customers can plan their journey from start to finish.
To view your timetable, visit www.derby2018.co.uk or pick one up in your local station. All other timetables are unaffected and the current timetable will continue to operate.
Ed Akers, Principal Programme Sponsor at Network Rail, said:
“This is a huge investment into the railway in Derby and will provide benefits for the thousands of people who travel to, from and through Derby station every year.
“The work is part of the Midland Main Line Upgrade and, once completed, will provide a more modern and reliable railway for passengers.
“We know that this type of work can impact on passengers and we’ve worked extremely closely with both CrossCountry and East Midlands Trains to minimise the impact of this. We’d like to apologise to passengers in advance and thank them for their patience whilst this huge upgrade takes place.
“The newly released timetables will allow passengers to plan ahead and we would advise them to check before they travel.”
Jake Kelly, Managing Director, East Midlands Trains:
“It is good news all the temporary timetables are now available so customers can plan their journeys with confidence. Timetables are available to view and download from our dedicated customer website, www.derby2018.co.uk, and are also arriving in stations so you can pick up a copy too.
“Our message to customers is Derby remains open throughout these works and everyone should continue to travel with confidence. We are working hard behind the scenes to ensure we have extra staff, signs and help for all customers while this important improvement work takes place.”
Andy Cooper, Managing Director, CrossCountry:
“We understand that information is vital in helping customers plan their journeys during engineering work, so having the timetables ready now for the work at Derby is great news.
“These works are important as they will deliver a bigger and better railway at Derby, benefitting the region and people travelling to, from and through it. This partnership approach with CrossCountry, Network Rail and East Midlands Trains will ensure all rail users have access to information about any changes and can plan their journeys with confidence.”
Derby Resignalling is the biggest rail investment in Derby station for decades and will create a modern and improved track layout at a station which has seen passenger numbers double in the last 20 years.
It will remove the current bottlenecks outside the station which delays trains and provide more reliable and punctual journeys for passengers who travel from as far afield as Aberdeen and Plymouth as well as right across the Midlands and to London.
The station itself was modernised in 2013 but the existing track layout has not been improved since it was installed nearly 50 years ago and the signalling has not been significantly upgraded since it was installed in the 1960s. Regular maintenance has kept the station performing well but as track and signalling work together they are both being replaced and upgraded at the same time.
Work is already well underway to build a new platform opposite platform six and this will open in early July. Following this, 79 days of carefully planned engineering work will begin on 22nd July and finish on Sunday 7th October. During this time:
Changes to journeys vary depending on when and where passengers are travelling but journeys to and from Crewe, Matlock, Birmingham, Nottingham, Sheffield and London will be affected at some point while the work is carried out.