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Author Topic: Peninsular Rail Task Force Conference, 19th January 2018  (Read 212 times)
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« on: December 01, 2017, 04:38:44 PM »

Peninsular Rail Task Force Conference, 19th January 2018.  For Stakeholders - not a public meeting.

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The conference will provide an opportunity for [stakeholders] to hear about ‘Closing The Gap’ the South West Peninsula Strategic Rail Blueprint and receive an update on the latest progress in delivering the plan.

The conference will also provide a valuable opportunity to influence PRTF’s response to forthcoming rail franchise processes for the area which we anticipate will be undertaken by the Department for Transport during 2018. This will be the first full franchise renewal process since 2006, and PRTF is keen to hear [stakeholder] views on priority issues that should be taken forward through the franchise process.

Posting in "London to the West" but probably just as relevant for those of our members making shorter journeys in Devon and Cornwall by rail.   Also relevant for Frome members as PRTF includes Somerset.    Suggest you get in touch with your local stakeholders prior to this event so that they're up to date on aspiration.
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