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London seeks further Treasury funds for delayed Crossrail

Mayor ‘frustrated’ at overrun, which will incur extra building costs and take up to a year

Thameslink owner Go-Ahead's profits up despite train chaos

Railway chaos had little effect on the company's annual profits as it announced better than expected results, and shares rose 10%.

The Sadiq Khan audit: Mayor's transport headache is a revenue black hole

SPECIAL INVESTIGATION day three: 21m fewer trips on the tube and a likely £1bn revenue black hole

Friday, 07 September 2018

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  • Wide range of aviation-related professions on offerStansted Airport welcomed Grant Shapps MP to view progress on the airport’s £600m transformation programme and visit the brand-new Stansted Airport College which opened its doors to the first students this week.

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  • Beyond Brexit: Moving PeopleThe question on everyone’s mind as Brexit looms is ‘how will this affect the coach and bus industry?’ Whether ‘soft’ or ‘hard,’ exiting the EU will mean changes in employing migrant workers, potential changes in driver licensing, creating and running European tours, negotiating port customs, and new documents you’ll need to understand.
  • GT12 – a ‘world’ coachChina’s leading manufacturer has revealed its UK plans, including a new premium coach coming down the production line which has all the hallmarks of a market-challenger. And it’s not all about price, we discover.

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  • NR seeks 'true long-term partner' for ECML digital railway roll-outNetwork Rail has launched the first stage of its procurement process to find a partner to deliver the first inter-city digital railway on the East Coast Main Line (ECML). In what has been described as “an entirely new way of working,” its London North Eastern and East Midlands (LNE...
  • Track-based 3D scanner accurately models rail network in industry firstIn an industry first, Network Rail Scotland has used a track-based three-dimensional scanner to accurately model the railway infrastructure ahead of the arrival of new trains. With LNER Azumas, Class 365s and Class 385s on the way, as well as growing freight demand, there is a crucial task ahead...
  • Liverpool City Region, Merseyrail, RMT end long-running guard disputeMerseyrail’s newest fleet will have a second member of staff on board after a deal to end the bitter dispute between the RMT and the TOC over the use of additional guards on trains. In an announcement last week, subject to the provision and approval of a funding package, the second member...
  • Go-Ahead blames timetable fiasco on 'industry failure' as firm set to pay out millionsThe operator of Southern and Thameslink has revealed it expects to pay out “millions” in compensation to passengers affected by its May timetable chaos. The Go-Ahead Group said it is contacting tens of thousands of affected customers in regards to compensation. The company claims...

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  • Trentbarton faces strike on Nottingham routesThe former Barton Buses part of Trentbarton is facing four consecutive Mondays of strikes, starting on 10 September in a pay dispute.
  • What is going on in London?We’ve been into London numerous times in the last couple of months on various work.
  • Bus firm claimed for 88,000 bogus journeysFour men who ran North Wales-based Express Motors are accused of siphoning off £600,000 into their own bank accounts, having claimed for 88,000 bogus passenger journeys, Caernarfon Crown Court has heard.
  • Bristol’s second metrobus route startsBristol’s second metrobus service started on Monday (3 September). The m2 follows the success of the m3 service. First West of England says that 120,000 passengers travelled on the m3 in its first two months of service.

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