The Conservative Party’s policy can be described as promises, postponement and cancellation.” ANDY MCDONALD Shadow Secretary of State for Transport on schemes announced by Government.
The case to bring forward funding from CP6 to CP5 that has been made loud and clear by RIA, Network Rail and others has been heard.
space!” Watch this PAUL MAYNARD Rail Minister discusses funding for the railways.
I will not repeat the mistakes of CP5, where we had a big pot of money and a long list of projects, because we then realised we couldn’t do it all for that money and we
incompetent.” looked MARK CARNE Network Rail Chief Executive vows not to repeat the mistakes of the past. They don’t want to catch a vision, they train.” want to catch a ANTHONY SMITH Transport Focus Chief Executive on how passengers will view the Rail Delivery Group’s launch of the In Partnership for Britain’s Prosperity plan.
This clearly is the result of too many cooks spoiling the broth but also illustrates the problem.” CHRISTIAN WOLMAR RAIL columnist delivers his verdict on the Rail Delivery Group’s new In Partnership for Britain’s Prosperity plan, unveiled on October 30.
The unique scale and urban density of London also means that large scale public transport networks are particularly important.” PAUL MAYNARD Rail Minister cites one reason why
spending on transport is much higher in London than elsewhere.