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2009-03-30 ATO-001


Network Rail’s business plan – delivery is now the key, says ATOC CEO Michael Roberts

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Network Rail’s business plan – delivery is now the key, says ATOC CEO Michael Roberts

30 March 2009
source ATOC
type Press release

Commenting on the Network Rail’s business plan published today for Control Period 4 Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies, said:
“This investment programme is a major opportunity to provide a better railway for passengers and we welcome Network Rail’s focus on meeting the needs of its customers. Delivery is now the key and its success will depend on all parties working together. Network Rail will need to redouble its recent moves to improve the speed and efficiency with which it undertakes projects large and small.
“Train companies have a key role to play in areas such as station improvements and ensuring the network remains open for business amid a major programme of works. And Government needs to stand behind its existing commitments not only on funding, but also in other areas such as the delivery of additional rolling stock to provide much-needed capacity in the railways.”
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About ATOC
The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) is the official voice for the passenger rail industry - representing train companies to the government and other opinion formers on transport policy issues. Britain's train operators are working together to change rail travel for the better.
ATOC manages many joint activities for train operators including revenue allocation and settlement, impartial retailing, National Rail Enquiries, Railcard marketing, staff travel arrangements, international products and travel agent licensing.

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