Who will replace SRA?

October 2004
Rail Business Intelligence;10/7/2004, Issue 231, p11
Trade Publication
Presents information on issues facing the British Strategic Rail Authority (SRA) regarding the railroad projects funds. Role of SRA in the development of railroad projects; Decrease in the financial support provided by SRA to freight system in 2003; Areas in the town and country planning process which are overlooked by SRA.


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