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New rules for open access rail services

More open access rail operations could be permitted under rule changes being drawn up by the Office of Rail Regulation. The ORR proposes using cost-benefit analysis to assess open access applications, thereby enabling a wider range of factors to be considered than the current ‘not primarily abstractive’ test, which looks at how much of the open access operator’s revenue is likely to come from franchised operations. To mitigate the impact of open access operations on franchise...

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