West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA) wants the Government and Transport for the North to rethink the eventual train plan for the upgraded TransPennine line between Manchester and Leeds, with more local services and fewer fast services.
WYCA says the DfT and TfN’s current thinking is that four fast and two semi-fast services will operate between Leeds and Manchester when the route upgrade is complete, along with limited local stopping services.
The combined authority, however, wants a...+91% more
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