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2002-10-09 DfT-001
Department for Transport


Statement by Alistair Darling on West Coast Main Line

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Department for Transport

Statement by Alistair Darling on West Coast Main Line

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2002-10-09 Substantial Passenger Benefits Delivered by 2004 and Maintenance Backlog Eliminated by West Coast Plan (Strategic Rail Authority)


9 October 2002
source Department for Transport
type Press release

Following today's announcement by the SRA on the future of the West Coast Main Line Alistair Darling said:

"This is good news for the West Coast Main Line's long suffering passengers. Within 2 years, passengers will begin to see major improvements with faster, more frequent and more reliable services.

With the establishment of Network Rail, we can now get to grips with the modernisation of the UK's most important rail route."

Further details on the SRA's announcement can be found on their site at:

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