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Commenting on today's government report, Reforming Our Railways: Putting The Customer First
 Commenting on today's government report, Reforming Our Railways: Putting The Customer FirstCommenting on today’s government report, “Reforming Our Railways: Putting The Customer First”, Baroness Jo Valentine, chief executive of London First said:“Renewed focus on the rail...
'Ministry men should ride on crowded trains'
 'Ministry men should ride on crowded trains' Thursday, February 02, 2012 from: http://www.thisisdevon.co.uk/story-15109721-detail/story.htmlWhitehall officials should be forced to travel on "late" inter-city Westcountry trains to witness the hardship felt by passengers, the...
Law firm reports on UK Government long term needs for UK Rail Industry
submitted by Law firm Berwin Leighton Paisner:  www.blplaw.comGOVERNMENT MUST COMMIT TO LONG-TERM PLAN FOR UK RAIL BLP REPORT REVEALS The British rail industry has urged the Government to develop a comprehensive and forward-looking plan for the UK rail network in order to make it fit...
UK Railway told to put brakes on costs by Govt.
 Railway industry to be told to put the brakes on its 'unsustainable' costs• Railways report will warn £5bn annual funding could be at risk• Government committed to cutting costs rather than rail servicesfrom the Guardian.co.uk   ...
Govt, reiviews route of B'ham to London High Speed Rail Link
 Government to review route of Birmingham to London High Speed rail linkJun 10 2010 by Jonathan Walker, Birmingham Post   for more iniformation and similar stories got to the Birmingham Post web site www.birminghampost.netclick on the...
Commuters face threat of big fare rises
 Commuters face threat of big fare risesCommuters face the threat of big fare rises at the end of the year as the new Government refused adopt to a Liberal Democrat election pledge to cut the cost of rail travel. By David Millward, Transport Editor The Telegraph   ...
Chris Mole, Rail Minister announces Government plans to improve access at stations at Olympics
 Olympic boost for disabled rail passengers17 March 2010 09:30 Sports fans with limited mobility will find it easier to travel to 2012 Olympic Games events thanks to Government plans to improve access at three key railway stations, Rail Minister Chris Mole announced today.Slough, Wembley...

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