David Spaven: Government on the wrong track with insufficient upgrading of Highland Main Line [Scotsman]





Date: 26/07/2018

Rail passengers doubtless welcomed the recent news that Transport Scotland had awarded a £10 million contract for upgrading crossing loops at Aviemore and Pitlochry as part of a wider £57m programme to enhance the largely single-track Highland Main Line (HML) from Perth to Inverness. But “ compared with the steady progress of the £3bn dualling of the parallel A9 road “ is that rail funding enough to make trains fully competitive with the car, the coach and the lorry?


External links

David Spaven: Government on the wrong track with insufficient upgrading of Highland Main Line

Scotsman

Rail passengers doubtless welcomed the recent news that Transport Scotland had awarded a £10 million contract for upgrading crossing loops at Aviemore and Pitlochry as part of a wider £57m programme to enhance the largely single-track Highland Main Line (HML) from Perth to Inverness.