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Time running out to support Surrey’s inclusion in Crossrail 2

There are just two weeks left for people to support Surrey’s inclusion in Crossrail 2, which could have benefits across the South East. Mayor of London Boris Johnson is consulting on the new cross London rail line, which could increase capacity on the South West Main Line by up to 40% at peak times. There … Continue reading

Rallying cry for Crossrail 2 inclusion

A rallying cry has been sounded for people to support Surrey’s inclusion in Crossrail 2, which could have benefits across the South East. Mayor of London Boris Johnson today launched a consultation into the new cross London rail line, which could increase capacity on the South West Main Line by up to 40% at peak … Continue reading

BBC Surrey interview about Crossrail 2

Mayor of London Boris Johnson today launched a consultation into plans for a new railway line spanning London called Crossrail 2. During an interview on BBC Surrey radio, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for Transport and Environment John Furey called for Surrey and the wider South East’s involvement in the project. You can listen to … Continue reading

BBC Surrey interview about Crossrail Two

Iain Reeve, Surrey County Council’s Assistant Director, Economy, Transport and Planning, is interviewed by BBC Surrey about the planned Crossrail Two rail project being vital for the county’s future. Audio courtesy of BBC Surrey.

BBC radio interview on Surrey’s rail strategy

Surrey County Council has commissioned a rail strategy to tackle an urgent need to reduce overcrowding and boost economic growth through improvements to the railways. Cabinet member for transport and environment John Furey was interviewed about it on BBC Surrey’s breakfast show. You can listen to the interview below.

New rail strategy to tackle some of the country’s most overcrowded trains

Surrey County Council has commissioned a rail strategy to tackle an urgent need to reduce overcrowding and boost economic growth through improvements to the railways. The announcement comes after it was revealed that the 7.32am train service from Woking to London Waterloo is the second most overcrowded in England and Wales. According to the Department … Continue reading

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