UK government planning increase in rail services from May 18

Industry sources confirm that train operating companies have been asked to prepare to reinstate a significant number of services from May 18.

UK: Despite an explicit denial of any proposals to increase passenger rail services when First Secretary of State Dominic Raab was questioned at the government’s daily coronavirus press briefing on April 22, industry sources confirm that train operating companies have been asked to prepare to reinstate a significant number of ...

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