SRA halves growth forecast

June 2003
Rail Business Intelligence;6/19/2003, Issue 200, p9
Trade Publication
Reports on a decrease in the growth forecast for railroad passenger traffic in Great Britain from 2010 to 2011. Plans for increasing passenger traffic; Percentage of estimated growth in passenger traffic; Information on a planning assumption used by the British Strategic Rail Authority for the Network Utilisation Strategy.


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