GBRTT launched a call for evidence to get views from businesses on increasing rail freight to help meet ambitious net zero targets.
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Great British Railways Transition Team (GBRTT)
Birmingham, Crewe, Derby, Doncaster, Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and York will compete in a public vote to be the home of GBR.
Rail and property experts will soon gather in London to debate how rail stations can be developed using the latest innovations and sustainable approaches, and how the industry might maximise the wider area regeneration opportunities.
The GBRTT evidence report is an important step in the creation of a meaningful 30-year strategic plan that will set the priorities of the rail industry.
Kathryn Oldale, Head of Strategy, Policy and Communications at DB Cargo (UK) Limited, details the ways that the organisation has been encouraging businesses to increase the volume of rail freight in the UK, particularly through the Channel Tunnel.
DB Cargo UK have hosted cross industry talks about the future of international rail freight, discussing ways to increase the volume of rail freight through the Channel Tunnel.
Towns and cities across the country have shown overwhelming interest in becoming the new home for Great British Railways.
The five 'tests' set out by RIA will help to ensure that the establishment of the new Great British Railways structure is a success.
The transition team behind creating Great British Railways, the new public body that will run and plan Britain's rail network, has taken its first steps by launching its Whole Industry Strategic Plan for Rail 'Call for Evidence'.