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Lilian Greenwood MP was elected as Chair of the Transport Committee on Wednesday 12 July 2017. The remaining members of the Committee were formally appointed on Monday 11 September 2017.

This is the future of public transport - with railway links for Moseley and Kings Heath

£3.4 billion spending bonanza planned for next decade

Greater Anglia announce more benefits for Essex rail passengers including a drop in the Delay Repay threshold

PARTNERING with Network Rail is hoped will solve major infrastructure problems which lead to delayed and cancelled trains.

Peel Ports planning rail container service

Peel Ports is on the verge of launching a new rail container service for customers using the Port of Liverpool.

Wednesday, 13 September 2017

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  • The battle over Southwark stationFrom Baker Street to Westminster, King’s Cross to Wood Green, London’s stations are unique and steeped in history – over 70 London underground stations are listed, and a further 50 lie within conservation areas.

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  • Peak-time use for Crossrail's new trainsMore than two months after the first ‘345’ carried passengers, TfL Rail has started using Aventras on peak-time trains between London Liverpool Street and Shenfield. The new EMUs had previously been restricted to an additional rostered duty in the morning on the Metro route to Shenfield.

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  • West Midlands approves £3.4bn decade-long rail investment planMembers of the West Midlands Combined Authority (WMCA) have now formally stamped the 2026 Delivery Plan for Transport that will see £3.4bn invested into tram extensions, suburban rail lines and new stations over the next decade, as well as cycle routes and motorway improvements.

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  • Greater Anglia reveals interior of Aventra commuter train fleetBombardier is to supply 89 five-car and 22 ten-car 25 kV 50 Hz EMUs for Greater Anglia commuter services under a £900m deal financed by Angel Trains and Commonwealth Bank of Australia. The new units will have air-conditioning, plug and USB points and free wi-fi. They will be longer than the units they will replace, and the overall size of the fleet will also be increased.

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