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1  Journey by Journey / Thames Valley Branches / Re: Reading Green Park on: September 22, 2017, 11:38:04 am
There's more details in the agenda for the RBC(resolve) Policy Committee, Item 10:
http://www.reading.gov.uk/article/10578/Policy-Committee-25-SEP-2017
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An indicative programme for delivery of the station by May 2019 has been agreed with the DfT» (Department for Transport - about), Network Rail and GWR (Great Western Railway), based on the requirement for the station to be included within the specification for the Great Western Franchise. There is also a requirement for an additional diesel train to be supplied for the Reading-Basingstoke line as part of this franchise to enable Green Park Station to be served prior to delivery of electrification of the line (which will enable the station to be served with the existing provision of two trains on the line) which has been agreed with the DfT.
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