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Statement on behalf of rail industry on Cullen report


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Association of Train Operating Companies
Ladbroke Grove
Railtrack
Railway Safety



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Statement on behalf of rail industry on Cullen report
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date
19 June 2001
source ATOC
type Press release



“Ladbroke Grove was a true watershed for the rail industry and has had a profound effect. The inquiry chaired by Lord Cullen has heard comprehensive evidence and asked some searching questions. We anticipate that the publication of the report tomorrow marks an important step for the industry in learning the lessons and moving forward in delivering an even safer railway, building on the progress made both before and after privatisation.

“We already deliver one of the safest rail systems in the world but we want to do better.

“We are progressing with the implementation of the Train Protection and Warning System and across the industry there are hundreds of initiatives being pursued to deliver ever greater safety.”

Issued by:

Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC)
Railtrack PLC
Railway Safety

ENDS.


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