Bowker dismisses prophets of doom

July 2003
Rail Business Intelligence;7/17/2003, Issue 202, p2
Trade Publication
Reports on a statement made by British Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) chairman Richard Bowker on the issue of renationalizing railways in Great Britain. Possible link between the issue and the transfer of responsibility for the management of the South Eastern rail franchise to the SRA; Significance of the termination of the services provided by Connex to the franchise.


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