Contradictions in SRA rolling stock strategy

January 2004
Rail Business Intelligence;1/8/2004, Issue 213, p8
Trade Publication
Focuses on the contradictions regarding the Rolling Stock Strategy standards issued by the British Strategic Rail Authority. Responsibility of train operating companies; Specifications for new rolling stock that the authority will produce; Confusion regarding train reliability.


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