In 2017, the rail industry launched ‘In Partnership for Britain’s Prosperity’ its long-term plan to change and improve. The plan was underpinned by four commitments to secure a stronger economy, better customer journeys, boost local communities and deliver more rewarding jobs on the railway.
While we continue to work hard to deliver big improvements today, we also recognise that the system is under strain, and last summer’s ambitious but ultimately disruptive timetable change is an example.
That’s why we want to go further, and are working together to put forward proposals for bigger, once-in-a-generation changes to unlock greater improvement for the next 25 years. These will be launched in the Spring in a submission to the ongoing Williams Rail Review – which we had long been calling for, and welcome the government’s initiation of.
What ‘In Partnership for Britain’s Prosperity’
will deliver for Britain:
achieved so far.
And this is just the start. ‘In Partnership for Britain’s Prosperity’ will drive lasting change across the industry, benefitting our customers, our employees and the nation, now and for the long-term.