Bowker launches Case for Rail

October 2003
Rail Business Intelligence;10/2/2003, Issue 207, p1
Trade Publication
Presents information on the document "Everyone's Railway: The Wider Case for Rail," released by British Strategic Rail Authority chairman Richard Bowker. Description of the document; Features of the document; Statement issued by transport secretary Alistair Darling on the rail industry.


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