Latest news from West Midlands Railway.
Passengers at London Euston are being advised of continued disruption into the evening peak as services continue to recover from a major signal failure earlier.
Some trains are now able to run into London Euston following a signal failure earlier this morning. As a result of the disruption, London Northwestern Railway is running a half hourly service , calling all stations , between Northampton and Euston.
Trains terminating at Watford Junction only due to signal failure.
The transformation of Stechford station in Birmingham to make it more accessible for passengers has reached a key milestone with the new footbridge and lift shafts now in place.
Visitors to Great Malvern station will receive a special welcome this week as the Malvern Festival of Innovation takes over the platforms.
A special leaf fall timetable is coming into operation on the Cross City line in Birmingham later this month - and passengers can find out more at an information session at New Street station.
A Grade II listed former luggage bridge is being lovingly restored for passengers at Worcester Shrub Hill station by Network Rail.
A remarkable community group which encourages friendship among people with different communication needs have celebrated being recognised as Cross City Heroes.
A top communications industry body has hailed the work of West Midlands Railway and London Northwestern Railway in informing passengers of the biggest timetable shake-up in more than a decade.
A special seven-week timetable for commuters on the Cross City line through Birmingham is being introduced by West Midlands Railway to combat delays caused by autumnal leaf fall.