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Thursday, 10 July 2008

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  • £8m Maritime packageServices on the Maritime branch line between Truro, Penryn and Falmouth are to double in frequency after Cornwall County Council signed agreements with Network Rail and train operator First Great Western to deliver the Truro–Falmouth branch line passing loop scheme.
  • Crossrail 2 route updated as TfL plans strategic reviewA revised safeguarded route for the Crossrail 2 scheme which updates the 1991 Safeguarding Direction has been published by the Department for Transport.

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  • Residents in Nailsea urged to give up property for pathHomeowners and businesses in Nailsea are being asked to hand over part of their land to the council for free so it can build a new path to the town centre. North Somerset Council wants to create a new path between the Tesco store in the High ...

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  • D-day for 'bus wars' bossesA PUBLIC inquiry which could decide whether the bosses of a notorious bus company can ever operate again will conclude today.
  • Drawing the line to BlackpoolOLIVER East walked alongside the railway tracks and documented everything he saw - the graffiti, the mundane railway architecture, the discarded shopping trolleys, the bored kids. See a gallery of his pictures here.


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  • National Express on right trackPASSENGER satisfaction has risen slightly since National Express took over the East Coast rail line franchise, according to a new report.
  • £26m transport bonus angers commutersTHE Department for Transport is under fire for handing staff £26m in bonuses while West Yorkshire's travellers suffer rail misery and are stuck in traffic jams.

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  • Europe-wide authorisation of railway rolling stock, but heritage railways exempted by MEPsThe European Parliament approved an agreement reached with the Council on the EU-wide approval of different types of railway rolling stock. Under the new legislation, any rolling stock already approved for use in one Member State will have to be accepted in the other states. This will cut red tape and should boost the development of rail transport in Europe. Heritage, museum and tourist railways are exempted from the directive, as the result of another successful demand by Parliament.

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