Alan Williams - August 2021

 

September marks the first anniversary of the publication of Network Rail’s Traction Decarbonisation Network Strategy (TDNS), a thorough piece of work which has been widely acclaimed and which by any standards provided sufficient justification to restart a programme of electrification while the current teams are still around. And superficially Government seemed to have accepted this, with the statement in the recently published ‘Plan for Rail’ that ‘electrification is likely to be the main way of decarbonising the majority of the network’.

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