With over 16,700 air passengers travelling domestically across mainland Great Britain each day, improving the country’s rail offering and ensuring the transfer of passengers from air to rail will have an essential role ahead if we are to have any … Read more › “How to win air travellers to rail”
Submission to Transport Select Committee – implications of the Integrated Rail Plan for the economy, capacity and connectivity
Greengauge 21 welcomes the opportunity to provide evidence on the Integrated Rail Plan (IRP) as published in November 2021. Many of the Committee’s lines of enquiry are difficult to address with certainty because IRP outcomes remain the subject of further … Read more › “Submission to Transport Select Committee – implications of the Integrated Rail Plan for the economy, capacity and connectivity”
A call for evidence was launched by the Great British Railways Transition Team – seeking responses from all those with an interest in the long-term future of the railway. Views were invited from within and beyond the rail sector, to … Read more › “Great British Railways consultation response”
East, West, North & South: joining the dots between the Union Connectivity Review and the Integrated Rail Plan
Our latest publication takes a considered look at the contents of both the Integrated Rail Plan and the Union Connectivity Review.
It sets out how key investments can be made to fit with HS2 plans – now scaled back on … Read more › “East, West, North & South: joining the dots between the Union Connectivity Review and the Integrated Rail Plan”