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Commenting on the HMIC’s inspection report into the British Transport Police, Gary Cooper, Director of Planning, Engineering and Operations at the Rail Delivery Group, which brings together train companies and Network Rail to enable a better railway, said:
Rail companies going all out to keep passengers moving as new poll reveals business concern about attempted RMT strike disruption
New research reveals that three quarters of business decision makers fear that union strikes will harm the economy.
On average, train fares will increase by 3.4% from 2 January 2018, below the regulated fares increase (3.6%, July RPI) and current inflation (4%, October RPI)
Commenting today on the Transport Secretary’s Strategic Vision for Rail, Paul Plummer, Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group, which represents the rail industry said:
Award-winning work by the rail industry and its partners is oiling the wheels of a cycle-rail boom, making journeys better for cyclists and rail customers across Britain.
Commenting on the Budget, Paul Plummer, Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group, which brings together train companies and Network Rail to enable a better railway, said:
Commenting on the Aslef ballot result to accept the agreement with Southern Railway, Paul Plummer, chief executive of the Rail Delivery Group, representing train operators, said:
Landmark coming together sees train companies, Network Rail and suppliers launch ‘In Partnership for Britain’s Prosperity’, a single, long-term plan for a changing and improving railway.
New figures from the rail regulator published today show record levels of investment from the private sector going into Britain’s railway. The £925million invested last year is the highest figure in at least a decade.
House builders, manufacturers and finance are among the sectors of the economy set to benefit from the government's commitment this week to spend £48bn to keep rail services running between 2019-2024, new research reveals.
Responding to the Government’s announcement, Paul Plummer, Chief Executive of the Rail Delivery Group, which brings together train companies and Network Rail to improve the railway, said:
Hundreds of new train carriages with more seats are among major improvements to Scotland’s railway, set to make journeys faster, more comfortable and more reliable, better connecting communities across the country over the next two and a half years.