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Railnews  |  February 2014  


January ended with a key milestone for HS2 -- the conclusion of the consultation period for Phase 2.

Railnews leads with the various proposals which have been made by several cities, as well as the Supreme Court defeat for the scheme's opponents, while in a related development another senior member of the Network Rail board is moving to HS2 Ltd.

In other news, we have the first pictures of the Siemens Desiro City trains for Thameslink, Network Rail has changed its mind about a controversial West Coast blockade, the contenders for the next East Coast franchise have been named, strikes are looming on London Underground and the weather has continued to cause delays and damage to the railways.

Meanwhile, a local line in Suffolk has seen usage rise by more than 10 per cent in a year, after the frequency of the service was improved by Abellio Greater Anglia.

This month's feature returns to the problem of the weather, and the long-term challenges it poses for railways, while the front page illustrates a unique new look for a well-known railway landmark.

This and much more, including an exclusive article by ORR chief executive Richard Price and why a 10-year old Cornish boy who wants to be a train driver has made national headlines, is in Railnews for February.
Railnews is the number one publication for the rail industry, focusing on the people and business that keep today’s railway running. Originally produced in 1963 as the house newspaper for British Rail, Railnews continues to inform and impress in the modern industry. As well as in-depth editorial, the newspaper features views and opinions from readers and industry insiders alike.
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Railnews   |   February 2014   


January ended with a key milestone for HS2 -- the conclusion of the consultation period for Phase 2.

Railnews leads with the various proposals which have been made by several cities, as well as the Supreme Court defeat for the scheme's opponents, while in a related development another senior member of the Network Rail board is moving to HS2 Ltd.

In other news, we have the first pictures of the Siemens Desiro City trains for Thameslink, Network Rail has changed its mind about a controversial West Coast blockade, the contenders for the next East Coast franchise have been named, strikes are looming on London Underground and the weather has continued to cause delays and damage to the railways.

Meanwhile, a local line in Suffolk has seen usage rise by more than 10 per cent in a year, after the frequency of the service was improved by Abellio Greater Anglia.

This month's feature returns to the problem of the weather, and the long-term challenges it poses for railways, while the front page illustrates a unique new look for a well-known railway landmark.

This and much more, including an exclusive article by ORR chief executive Richard Price and why a 10-year old Cornish boy who wants to be a train driver has made national headlines, is in Railnews for February.
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You'll receive 12 issues during a 1 year Railnews magazine print subscription.
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