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Rail industry leaders set-up powerful new group in response to McNulty
Rail industry leaders today set-up a powerful new group to lead the industry forward in delivering a higher performing, more cost effective and sustainable railway network for Britain's rail users and taxpayers.The new Rail Delivery Group (RDG) will be made up of the most senior figures in...
ATOC responds to McNulty report into value for money
In response to the publication of the McNulty report, Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies, said:“We welcome the report and support its key findings. Rail travel is more popular now than it has been for decades, but its future success depends on...
Regulator welcomes Sir Roy McNulty's Rail Value for Money Study
Anna Walker, Chair of the Office of Rail Regulation:"As co-sponsor of Sir Roy McNulty’s study we welcome and strongly endorse his findings. Today’s report has brought into sharp focus the value for money challenge facing the whole rail industry and the size of the prize it must deliver for...
Rail reform 'will bring down fares' says Hammond
The Government will today try to convince rail passengers and transport unions that a shake-up of railway costs will drive fares down, not up, reports the Evening Standard.In a Commons announcement, Transport Secretary Philip Hammond will outline the Government's response to a...
Great Train Shake Up
 Fares to rocket and jobs to be cut in the great train shake-up Network Rail may be broken up as leaked review outlines drastic measures to cut £5bn subsidyBy Matt Chorley, Political Correspondent Sunday, 24 April...
McNulty rail review workshop sounds alarm bells with FTA
Rail freight is at risk of being marginalised by passenger rail interests, which could have dire consequences not only for business but for the UK’s carbon reduction ambitions too, warns the Freight Transport Association (FTA).The leading trade body’s fears came after yesterday’s Sir Roy...
Rail freight must not fall foul of passenger interests: FTA responds to McNulty study
Changes to the way the UK’s railways are run are necessary for the future of the rail industry. However, benefits to the rail passenger should not be allowed to marginalise rail freight, warns the Freight Transport Association.The £1 billion of savings identified by Sir Roy McNulty in his...

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