Greater Anglia franchise signed

February 2004
Rail Business Intelligence;2/5/2004, Issue 215, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on the franchises signed by the Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) with the National Express Group in Great Britain on January 30, 2004. Details of the franchises; Statement issued by SRA chairman Richard Bowker about the focus of the franchises; Concerns of industry insiders.


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