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West Midland rail plans ‘inadequate’

Centro has criticised the rail industry’s Initial Industry Plan, describing the investment proposed for the West Midlands as “inadequate”. Among the projects the PTE wants included in Network Rail’s next five-year control period (CP5: 2014/15-2018/19) are the circa £100m Walsall-Stourbridge re-opening for freight and, possibly, tram-trains; development work on the circa £150m Camp Hill Chords (for delivery in CP6); the circa £30m Walsall-Rugeley...

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