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Rail legislation could raise the bar for open access rail entrants

Rail

Rhodri Clark
29 June 2022
DfT has expressed concern that open access operators such as Hull Trains abstract revenue from franchised operators
DfT has expressed concern that open access operators such as Hull Trains abstract revenue from franchised operators

 

The DfT is proposing to raise the bar for new open access rail entrants in the legislation which will underpin the Williams-Shapps Plan for Rail.

The DfT’s consultation on the legislation also reveals that the five-yearly budget setting process for Network Rail will be replicated for Great British Railways but encompassing train operations as well as infrastructure. The process will exclude major enhancements, which have been developed through the Rail Network Enhancements Pipeline since...

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