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'Success of northern transport depends on the North itself,' says Grayling

Transport secretary uses Yorkshire Post to address local authority leaders attending Northern transport summit

Mark Moran
23 August 2017
The Yorkshire Post article featured a DfT animation outlining government investments in Northern rail and road, and also better airport connections between London and the region
The Yorkshire Post article featured a DfT animation outlining government investments in Northern rail and road, and also better airport connections between London and the region

 

The future of the North of England’s transport networks lies in the hands of its local authority leaders and not Whitehall departments, Chris Grayling has said on the eve of a summit on the need for better transport connections across the region.

Writing in The Yorkshire Post, the transport secretary stated: “The success of northern transport depends on the North itself – on Transport for the North (TfN), businesses, mayors and devolved authorities, and on local communities....

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