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“Pas­sen­gers want to know lessons have been learned and there are plans in place to im­prove poor per­for­mance.” AN­THONY SMITH Trans­port Fo­cus Chief Ex­ec­u­tive says pas­sen­gers need to be able to rely on the South West­ern Rail­way ser­vice.

“We need to de­liver a rail­way that can keep pace with cus­tomer de­mand.” ALEX HYNES Sco­tRail Man­ag­ing Di­rec­tor makes the case for con­tin­ued in­vest­ment in Scot­land’s rail­ways.

“Brexit is the UK’s de­ci­sion, so we have to make do with what­ever the out­come is.” MA HUI Min­is­ter of the Em­bassy of the Peo­ple’s Repub­lic of China in the UK re­mains prag­matic on fu­ture op­por­tu­ni­ties once the UK leaves the EU.

“We will need to see more and more busi­nesses in­vest­ing in their pipe­line of tal­ent, in or­der to de­liver the 21st cen­tury in­fra­struc­ture that needs.” Bri­tain CLAIR MOW­BRAY Chief Ex­ec­u­tive of the Na­tional Col­lege for High Speed Rail is heart­ened to see trans­port in the driv­ing seat for ap­pren­tice­ships… but wants to see more.

“An om­buds­man should be a last re­sort and not some­thing peo­ple have to ac­cess of­ten.” very STEVE CHAM­BERS Pub­lic Trans­port Cam­paigner at Cam­paign for Bet­ter Trans­port wants to see a bet­ter ser­vice for pas­sen­gers.

“Bri­tain in­vented the rail­way.” mod­ern SIR DAVID HIG­GINS HS2 Chair­man speaks about the value of the project, upon the launch of his fi­nal re­port as chair­man.

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