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2001-10-08 TfL-001
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TfL statement on Railtrack from Bob Kiley, Commissioner of Transport for London

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TfL statement on Railtrack from Bob Kiley, Commissioner of Transport for London

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8 October 2001
source Transport for London
type Statement

With the collapse of Railtrack, Transport for London strongly believes that the Government should transfer all the overground rail lines and stations in London and the South-East to a joint partnership between TfL and the SRA.

TfL and the SRA have the experience and skills to provide the strategic direction, project improvements and an effective unified relationship with the train operating companies to make the hub of the national rail network run smoothly.

"In the meantime, Londoners must have a voice on any new body responsible for the future of the national network in London and the South-East."

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