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Railways, East of England

Inquiry re-opens into Oxford rail scheme

Transport secretary Justine Greening has ordered the re-opening of the Transport and Works inquiry for Chiltern Railways’ plan to establish a direct rail link between London Marylebone and Oxford. The inquiry will be restricted to considering mitigation measures for bats living in Wolvercot tunnel and the form of three of the planning conditions proposed by the Secretary of State. Chiltern Railways said it was disappointed by the decision but “remained committed and confident”...

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