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Government seeks to save money and persuade skeptics on HS2 project by accelerating its timetable
Government seeks to save money and persuade skeptics on HS2 project by accelerating its timetable div.slideshow img {display: none;}   1 / 1     The current cost of the HS2 project is estimated at £42.6 billion    .galleria-image-nav...
High Speed rail 2 line could 'unlock new housing developments', says Nick Boles
from: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/earth/hands-off-our-land/9794029/Planned-High-Speed-rail-2-line-could-unlock-new-housing-developments-says-Nick-Boles.htmlHigh Speed rail 2 line could 'unlock new housing developments', says Nick BolesA planned high speed rail route between London and...
Civil Servant suspended over West Coast Fiasco - scapegoat?
 Civil servant suspended over West Coast rail says she was 'public sacrifice' By Michael Northcott Friday, 30 November 2012A civil servant who was suspended by the government of the West Coast main line fiasco has accused the government of using her as a scapegoat. from...
UK Rail Network to get £9billion to boost flagging economy
 14 July 2012The Government is set to announce a £9 billion injection of cash into the rail network as ministers seek to breathe life into the flagging economy. Transport Secretary Justine Greening is to set out details of what is being billed as the biggest programme of investment in the...
UK Railway ticket offices face cull, including popular commuter stations!
 Railway ticket offices face cullMore than 100 railway ticket offices are set to be shut or see their operating hours cut under plans being considered by ministers.  The cutbacks have also been fiercely opposed by the rail unions who fear jobs will be lost Photo: Alamy By David...
UK rail fares rise again - 6% - that's higher than inflation
 Rail fares to rise faster than inflationTrain fares will increase by an average of 5.9% in January, higher than the rate of inflation A train pulls into Monkseaton Metro station, North Tyneside. Atoc says money raised through fare rises will pay for new trains, faster...
Select committee ends interest in Bombardier decision
6 October 2011 Last updated at 16:25 Select committee ends interest in Bombardier decisionFrom: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-derbyshire-15201937The Transport Select Committee has said it will not look any further at a decision to deny Derby train maker Bombardier the Thameslink...
Villiers says 8% rail fare rise is 'essential'
 Villiers: 8% rail fare rise "essential"By Joseph Willits Follow Joseph on Twitter The coalition government is set to increase rail fares by an average of 8%.  For the first time, fares will go up by an additional 3% above the Retail Price Index (RPI).  The July figure...
Plans to combat ticket confusion
 At last, a rail fare system you might understand: Plans unveiled to combat confusion of ticket prices By Ray Massey Daily Mail Last updated at 1:40 AM on 18th May 2011A move to simplify the bamboozling array of fares faced by rail travellers will be announced tomorrow.The...
Govt. goes back on promise to make Network Rail subject to Freedom of Information Act.
 Network Rail and Rock should be covered by FoIDominic PonsfordPublished 10 January 2011Hundreds more bodies should be covered by the Freedom of Information Act. The Campaign for Freedom of Information has asked why Network Rail and nationalised bank Northern Rock aren't among the new...

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