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Letters to the editor: Issue 601 20 Jul 2012

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Funding / Financing, Railways, Scotland

Scots have made a shameful retreat on rail ambitions

In marked contrast to announcements from Westminster this week, the Scottish Government has announced the virtual scrapping of its flagship rail project, the Edinburgh to Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP) (‘Scots cutback electrification plans’ LTT?06 Jul). The SNP Government attempted to promote this as a good news story, however, it soon emerged that the vast bulk of this imaginative project will not now happen.

EGIP would have brought electrification across the Central Belt...

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