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Regular news: Issue 597 25 May 2012

Councils flesh out plan to establish a North of England rail executive

New details  of how local authorities in the North of England could take over the governance of local rail services were released this week.

The proposed governance arrangements have been drawn up by the chief executives of the local authorities in Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and York. They will now be discussed with local authorities in the North East, Merseyside and Lancashire.

The councils are trying to put in place a governance structure for a single franchise...

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