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Why invest in rail?

Why invest in rail? It’s about more than getting from A to B, quickly and safely. Investment in rail must be based around clear criteria that will benefit the region as a whole. Our key objectives are: Promote sustainable economic growth across Yorkshire.

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Making rail affordable and accessible

Local rail travel, thanks to efforts of Metro and SYPTE, is good value for money in West (and South) Yorkshire but it is expensive to travel across boundaries and in other parts of the region.

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10 Reasons why trains are best travel option in Europe – Part II

As mentioned in last post trains are best travel option in Europe and there are many reasons that support this fact.

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New and advanced transport

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Promote sustainable tourism

Rail should be at the heart of Yorkshire’s tourism strategy. We want more people to visit our county but we’d rather not have the extra traffic that comes with it. Rail should be the mode of choice for getting to the Dales, North Yorkshire Moors and Pennines, with a network of connecting bus services. Modern […]

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New trains trains and better experience

Light rail Trams are returning to the UK and Sheffield already has a great network. Proven technology exists for trams to run on conventional railways and we want to see this approach extended to both Leeds and South Yorkshire (where it is being planned). This would allow (for example) a tram-train to use the existing […]

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Leeds-Bradford Airport Rail, Not Road.

The proposed road (routes A and B) would serve just 5% of airport customers, according to Rawdon Parish Council’s traffic survey, published in local media. At £50-75m, they are poor value for money. They also do not bypass the worst congestion, which is further towards Leeds city centre. Route C would only serve 5% of […]