TITLE

Enemies of change must not succeed, says Bowker

PUB. DATE
February 2004
SOURCE
Rail Business Intelligence;2/5/2004, Issue 215, p3
SOURCE TYPE
Trade Publication
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Reports on the claims of Richard Bowker, chairman of the Strategic Rail Authority and Alistair Darling, transport secretary, that the rail industry will destabilize due to restructuring in Great Britain. Statement issued by Bowker about the industry review; Concerns of Bowker on groups of people in the industry.
ACCESSION #
12290210

 

Related Articles

  • STOP PRESS.  // Rail Business Intelligence;10/21/2004, Issue 232, p1 

    Presents an update on the railroad transportation sector in Great Britain as of October 21, 2004. Plan of Transport Secretary Ali stair Darling to reduce the number of passenger train operating franchises; Franchise agreement signed by Serco/NedRailways and the British Strategic Rail Authority...

  • SRA flexes its strategic muscle.  // Railway Gazette International;Apr2004, Vol. 160 Issue 4, p192 

    Reports on a series of Route Utilization Strategies (RUS) introduced by Richard Bowker, chairman of the British Strategic Rail Authority. Purpose of RUS; Rail networks covered; Aim of the Community Rail Partnerships program.

  • SRA is 'the strategic specifier'.  // Railway Gazette International;Dec2002, Vol. 158 Issue 12, p749 

    Presents an interview with Richard Bowker, chairman and CEO of the British Strategic Rail Authority (SRA), about his plans and projects at SRA. Changes he made at SRA since his appointment in December 1, 2001; Fundamental objectives that he wanted to secure in his first year; Policy areas where...

  • Winsor challenges Darling to stand firm.  // Rail Business Intelligence;5/13/2004, Issue 221, p1 

    Deals with the criticisms of British Rail Regulator Tom Winsor on the failure of Transport Secretary Alistair Darling to implement major structural changes on railway. Changes identified by Winsor which could be implement only if Darling broke his promises to the House; Solution to the railway...

  • SRA gets 'winding up' directions & guidance.  // Rail Business Intelligence;10/21/2004, Issue 232, p9 

    Reports on the revised Directions & Guidance issued by Transport Secretary Ali stair Darling to Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) of Great Britain on October 8, 2004. Requirements for the SRA under the directions and guidance; Instruction of the directive and guidance concerning fares regulation;...

  • Mixed signals from the ministry.  // Railway Gazette International;Mar2005, Vol. 161 Issue 3, p115 

    The article reports on the transfer of railroad strategy and policy-making from the British Strategic Rail Authority to the Department for Transport announced at a conference held on February 3, 2005. Railway must complete the third major restructuring in December if the Railways Bill becomes...

  • CIMA member to chair rail authority.  // Financial Management;Dec2001, p04 

    Reports that Richard Bowker has been appointed chairman of the Great Britain Strategic Rail Authority, the body which provides a strategic direction for railways to encourage investment and manage passenger rail franchises. His predecessor; His annual salary and performance bonus; Background on...

  • Rail masterplan sets blueprint for renewal. Wood, Tim // Contract Journal;1/16/2002, Vol. 412 Issue 6360, p1 

    Reports on the plan of the Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) to improve the railway system in Great Britain. Railway projects of SRA; Costs of the projects; Priorities of SRA; Remarks from Richard Bowker, chairman of SRA.

  • Bowker launches Case for Rail.  // Rail Business Intelligence;10/2/2003, Issue 207, p1 

    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.

Share

Read the Article

Courtesy of THE LIBRARY OF VIRGINIA

Sorry, but this item is not currently available from your library.

Try another library?
Sign out of this library

Other Topics