This summer, Nottingham station will be affected by the Nottingham resignalling project, which will cause major disruptions to train services between 20 July and 25 August.
Nottingham’s railway is undergoing its biggest transformation in a generation. A major improvement scheme is currently ongoing to redevelop Nottingham station into a world-class transport hub, and Network Rail
Nottingham’s railway is undergoing its biggest transformation in a generation. A major improvement scheme is currently ongoing to redevelop Nottingham station into a world-class transport hub, and Network Rail will shortly begin work on a £100 million project to rebuild the rail infrastructure around the city. This scheme will
help to future-proof Nottingham’s railway for the increasing number of passengers and will also deliver improved reliability.
As a result of the major work being carried out by Network Rail during the summer, there will be significant changes to East Midlands Trains services on routes to and from Nottingham between Saturday 20 July and Sunday 25 August with train services not able to run on certain routes.
What is the Nottingham Resignalling Project?
It is a project by Network Rail to improve Nottingham station and transform the railways around the city. Big changes to tracks and signalling will mean more reliable services and fewer delays at Nottingham station, and the railways will be able to cope with an increasing demand for rail travel in the future.
What will the project involve?
- £100 million investment
- A new platform at Nottingham station
- 143 new signals
- Six miles of new track
- Three new signal boxes
- Two renewed level crossings
- Two level crossings replaced with footbridges