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Have your say: East Coast Main Line level crossings

Cardells level crossing

People who live near the south end of the East Coast Main Line (ECML) are being encouraged to come and find out more about Network Rail’s plans for level crossings in their area.

The company is carrying out an extensive consultation to help inform a study which will look at potentially closing or diverting crossings on the ECML. Closing crossings along the route will improve safety and connectivity within local communities.

The exhibitions will give details of the options being considered for the level crossings on the ECML south of Doncaster.

Phil Verster, Route Managing Director, said: “These exhibitions events give local people a chance to tell us how our options for closing level crossings may affect them or their community.

“We are only at the proposal stage. This means this is a great opportunity to have your say on our plans. You can also find out why closing level crossings is important to us all. I encourage as many people as possible to get involved so that we can reach the best possible option for each crossing."

The current feasibility studies cover level crossings on the East Coast Main Line from London to Doncaster. Crossings north of Doncaster, such as Arksey, are not included.

The events which take place on a weekday run from 2 until 8pm, and those on Saturdays run from 10am until 4pm.

People who come along will be able to speak to Network Rail teams and see plans.

Details of the events and further high level information about the consultation can be found on the dedicated webpage for the level crossing consultation.

Specific details on individual level crossings will start to become available on the website over the coming weeks. A list of crossing dates is available via the link below.

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ECML level crossing consultation dates summer 2014

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