5 November 2018 marks the 25th anniversary of the 1993 Railways Act passing which started the partnership between the public and private sectors to run Britain’s railway.
It’s time for bold reform of Britain’s railways.
As speculation mounts that government is set to announce a rail review, the RDG has been setting out why it believes that a review needs to start by looking at how best to organise the railway to enable greater investment and innovation, and to better join up different parts of the industry so that they can focus on the needs of local communities and people who use the railway.
Find out more about the economic benefit of rail to towns and regions.
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