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  • Airport rail link given Red risk to delivery warningGLASGOW Airport’s rail link to the city centre is unlikely to be complete within the timescale, councillors have been informed.
  • Network Rail's plan for CP6Mark Carne says he’s going to miss heading up Britain’s rail infrastructure manager. In February, he presented a £47 billion plan for CP6 which will focus on investment in maintenance and renewals to improve reliability for a growing network. It is a plan Mark is extremely proud of, but he won’t be the one to deliver it.
  • TRANSPENNINE ON TRACK FOR RAIL IMPROVEMENTSA number of rail improvements across the North have been confirmed by TransPennine Express (TPE), with the company launching a "transformational" new timetable.

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