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  • Policy 13 Apr

    After years of neglecting accessibility requirements,TOCs must now turn their attention to helping passengers experiencing episodic mental health disorders

  • Policy 30 Mar

    PAUL STEPHEN reports on Alstom’s plans to harness the skills development and connectivity opportunities offered by rail investment in the North

  • Policy 23 Dec

    Nicola Shaw’s investigation into Network Rail is due to report in early 2016, but its scoping document suggests changes are needed

  • Policy 14 Oct

    How plans for a devolved West Midlands franchise are being developed, with the need for timely resolutions to the region’s transport concerns

  • Policy 2 Sep

    Greater Manchester’s new 25-year Transport Vision, which is now out for public consultation, and at current developments that are shaping the area’s future

  • Policy 28 Feb

    NIGEL HARRIS recalls an interview with Clare Short in 1996, in which the then Shadow Transport Secretary vowed to create a “publicly-owned, railway”

  • Policy 26 Nov

    New Anglia Enterprise Partnership Chairman MARK PENDLINGTON tells RICHARD CLINNICK that East Anglia should be the next region to benefit from rail investment

  • Policy 5 Mar

    STEFANIE BROWNE delves into the complex and controversial subject of rail fares

  • Policy 8 Aug

    Felixstowe port is crucial to the UK's economy. It needs investment but the port wants buses to replace some local passenger trains. PAUL PRENTICE reports.

  • Policy 2 May

    RICHARD CLINNICK talks to new Greater Anglia MD Ruud Haket and Network Rail Route Managing Director DAVE WARD

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Concerns over the appliance of compliance

RICHARD CLINNICK examines how operators will cope with regulations demanding that all trains are made accessible for disabled users