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Network Rail statement [[Great Western electrification]]


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Network Rail statement [[Great Western electrification]]
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2016-11-08 Rail update: rail investment in the Great Western route (Department for Transport)

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date
8 November 2016
source Network Rail
type Statement



Mark Langman, Network Rail’s Western route managing director, said: “The Great Western main line is undergoing a huge rail investment programme to enable new and upgraded trains with more seats and faster, greener journeys. The changes announced today will deliver those benefits to the greatest number of passengers in the shortest possible time. The programme remains complex and challenging but good progress is being made.”

GUIDANCE:

o Recent programme successes include upgrading and electrifying the 130-year-old Severn Tunnel, and completing the Hinksey flood alleviation scheme, near Oxford.
o The passenger benefits of modernising the Great Western main line remain on track.


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