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RMT Press Release - No to McNulty. No more Grayriggs
 No to McNulty! No more Grayrigg’s! RMT protest at Preston Law Court’sPublication Date: April 2 2012The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) are taking their prosecution against Network Rail over the tragic Grayrigg Train Crash in Cumbria to Preston law courts this Wednesday. The...
Value for money in the railways – what Europe can learn from Great Britain
Britain’s experience in developing Europe’s first liberalised passenger rail market can help inform rail policy for other EU countries, a conference at the European Parliament will hear.A conference being jointly held at the European Parliament by the Association of Train Operating Companies...
The McNulty report: 6 months on - THURSDAY 17TH NOVEMBER 2011 AT 18:00
The speaker at the Railway Civil Engineers Association event on 17th November in London is Sir Roy McNulty.Sir Roy McNulty's independent Rail Value for Money Study was published on 19 May 2011. The review, jointly sponsored by the Department for Transport and the Office of Rail...
Rail unions and campaigners to lobby Parliament over McNulty Rail Review threat to jobs, services an
http://www.wired-gov.net/wg/wg-news-1.nsf/0/A9C3318EEE883B4F80257934003106B2Rail unions and campaigners to lobby Parliament over McNulty Rail Review threat to jobs, services and fares Save our Railways: Rally and Lobby of ParliamentRAIL UNIONS will join up with passenger groups and community...
ORR's Price sets out challenges and priorities
Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) Chief Executive Richard Price today outlined some of the key challenges emerging from Sir Roy McNulty's rail value for money review and how these are being reflected in priorities for the rail regulator.Speaking at a rail industry event Richard Price...
ATOC responds to TSSA claims on ticket offices
In response to the TSSA’s campaign on ticket offices and station staffing, a spokesperson for the Association of Train Operating Companies said:“We recognise the importance of having staff at stations and understand that passengers want to talk to another human being, in particular when there...
Double Whammy For Millions of Rail Passengers says TSSA
A hit list of 675 station ticket office closures drawn up for Ministers is revealed for the first time claims the TSSA rail union.TSSA says that buried in the small print of the McNulty Report, it shows that one in four stations in England and Wales will lose their ticket offices if Transport...
National structure will deliver McNulty rail freight savings early
Rail freight operators are united in delivering early savings from the McNulty Value for Money Study if a national network is retained, Alain Thauvette, Chief Executive of DB Schenker Rail (UK) Ltd, said at the 19th Annual Rail Freight Group conference held today, 16 June 2011, in London.Mr...
How to cut the cost of new trains - Network Rail
Huge cost savings could be made when Britain buys its next generations of trains if the rail industry works together even more closely to design and procure them, a Network Rail report reveals. The report draws on months of work of all key players in the rail industry, including train operators,...
McNulty recognises and reassures rail freight, says FTA
In its bid to improve the efficiency of the rail network in Great Britain, today’s McNulty Rail Value for Money report recognises the efficiencies that rail freight has achieved and has addressed some of the Freight Transport Association’s (FTA) concerns about protecting rail freight’s...

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