Network Rail is responsible for running, maintaining, and developing Britainâ€™s rail tracks, signaling systems, bridges, tunnels, level crossings, viaducts, and 17 key stations. The Network Rail API offers a number of real-time data feeds to encourage the development of new services of interest of those who use the railway. The API provides developer access to schedules, train positioning and movements, temporary speed restrictions, real-time performance, and more.
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