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ATOC's response to the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee's report into railway safety


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Association of Train Operating Companies



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ATOC's response to the Environment, Transport and Regional Affairs Committee's report into railway safety
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date
8 December 1998
source ATOC
type Press release



Train operators welcome the serious and constructive report by the Select
Committee into railway safety. In particular, they welcome recognition that a
comparison of the privatised network with the last three years of the
nationalised railway system "shows that the gradual reduction in most types of
incident has been maintained". Train operators will study the recommendations
and take forward those proposals relevant to them. Train operators welcome
the serious and constructive report by the Select Committee into railway safety.
In particular, they welcome recognition that a comparison of the privatised
network with the last three years of the nationalised railway system "shows that
the gradual reduction in most types of incident has been maintained".

Train operators will study the recommendations and take forward those
proposals relevant to them.

ENDS

For more information: David Campbell Bannerman, Communications Director
0171 904 3010 or pager (01523) 523 523 pager no. 849718


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