Rail improvements for North of England freeports

Better rail connections are required to make the most economic capital from freeports in the North of England. Representatives of the rail freight industry in the UK, the Rail Freight Group, have called for a levelling up of access to ports in the north, where economic regeneration is keenly needed. The industry has responded to the UK government decision to improve economic performance outside the London and South East of England region.

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Author: Simon Walton

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Rail improvements for North of England freeports

Teesport is one of the biggest container terminals in Europe as a significant rail freight generator (Image PD Ports) Image PD Ports

Better rail connections are required to make the most economic capital from freeports in the North of England. Representatives of the rail freight industry in the UK, the Rail Freight Group, have called for a levelling up of access to ports in the north, where economic regeneration is keenly needed. The industry has responded to the UK government decision to improve economic performance outside the London and South East of England region.

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