November 2017
Rail Business Intelligence;11/16/2017, Issue 546, p7
Trade Publication
The article reports on the strategic move of the Network Rail and its contractor Volker-Fitzpatrick to upgrade plan for the Lee Valley Rail Programme to be completed in 2019.


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