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Conclusion of public consultation to understand what the country wants to see from an easier fares system receives nearly 20,000 responses with proposals going to Government in the autumn.
Responding to the House of Commons Transport Select Committee report on the Intercity East Coast franchise, Paul Plummer, CEO of the Rail Delivery Group, who represent the public and private partnership that forms the rail industry, said:
Multi-million pound boost to South West economy proves rail tourists do like to be beside the seaside
Three of the South West’s iconic seaside towns are leading a £2 billion boost to the UK economy through rail tourism, new research published by the Rail Delivery Group shows.
A spokesperson for the Rail Delivery Group, which represents the rail industry, said:
Responding to the Which? survey of train companies, Jacqueline Starr, managing director of Customer Experience at the Rail Delivery Group, which brings together train operators and Network Rail to enable a better railway, said:
Figures released today (Monday) by the Rail Delivery Group reveal a boost in the number of new train carriages coming on track by 2021.
Commenting on Network Rail’s Five Year Strategic Plan, Gary Cooper, Director of Operations, Engineering and Planning at the Rail Delivery Group said:
Gary Cooper, director of Planning, Engineering and Operations at the Rail Delivery Group, which brings together train operators and Network Rail to enable a better railway, said:
Women could miss out on a jobs boost that will see 100,000 job opportunities across Britain’s railway by 2027, the Rail Delivery Group has warned today, after it commissioned a new national survey revealing 81% of women in Britain have never considered working in the rail industry.
Decades of well-intentioned but outdated regulation have led to a range of fare options that have not kept pace with technology or how people work and travel today.
Rail industry rallies to help jobseekers as new data shows minority of journeys are made outside of London and the South East
The rail industry and Jobcentre Plus are working together to promote the use of a half price rail discount card to get more people into work, as new research shows that only 28% of discounted journeys are made outside London and the South East.
Rail freight industry leaders stand ready to do more to deliver greater prosperity for Britain