Rail freight has a real future in North Wales

Aerial view of Holyhead port in Wales
Aerial view of Holyhead port in Wales Image Network Rail media centre / North Wales Transport Commission

The North Wales Transport Commission has published an interim report highlighting the crucial role of rail freight to achieve a sustainable and integrated transport system in North Wales. Lord Terry Burns, Chair of the Commission and a former UK government Chief Economic Advisor said the panel took a multimodal approach. With recent traffic developments in Wales, the momentum is swinging towards the rail freight sector.

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Author: Simon Walton

Simon Walton is RailFreight's UK correspondent.

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Rail freight has a real future in North Wales

Aerial view of Holyhead port in Wales
Aerial view of Holyhead port in Wales Image Network Rail media centre / North Wales Transport Commission

The North Wales Transport Commission has published an interim report highlighting the crucial role of rail freight to achieve a sustainable and integrated transport system in North Wales. Lord Terry Burns, Chair of the Commission and a former UK government Chief Economic Advisor said the panel took a multimodal approach. With recent traffic developments in Wales, the momentum is swinging towards the rail freight sector.

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