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House of Commons Transport Committee Investigates Train Timetabling Failures

The House of Commons Transport Committee has just finished a three hour interrogation of rail industry leaders about the failed timetables for GoVia Thameslink and Northern introduced in May.

GTR and Northern rail bosses 'were aware' of likely chaos

Rail bosses were aware of the scale of chaos a new timetable would have on the network, two days before it was officially implemented.

Heathrow is full: a new runway is the only option - Graham Brady MP and Louise Ellman MP [Subscription]

It is not often that MPs from different parties stand united. But the issue of Heathrow expansion is one that warrants cross-party unity. Last week, the government took the important decision to table the airports national policy statement (NPS) which will enable Heathrow expansion.

Bombardier could contest decision to award £1.5bn Piccadilly Line contract to Siemens as it seeks formal feedback from TfL

Bombardier could contest a decision to award the £1.5bn contract to design and manufacture the new Piccadilly Line trains to Siemens Mobility, after saying it was "very disappointed" in the news.

First look at new Piccadilly line trains with TfL set to sign £1.5bn contract

The first image of the new Piccadilly line trains has been released as TfL announced it has commissioned a fleet of 94 in a £1.5bn contract.

Tuesday, 19 June 2018


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