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Rail industry develops Long Term Planning Process to replace Route Utilisation Strategies

The rail industry has agreed a new process to plan for future demand for rail services, decide how capacity can best be used and assess value for money options for investment. Replacing the previous Route Utilisation Strategy (RUS) programme, the Long Term Planning Process (LTPP) has been developed to allow Network Rail and the industry to respond flexibly to the challenges posed by record growth whilst planning the long-term capability of the rail network up to 30 years ahead. The new process...

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