Some rail enthusiasts pore over timetables. There are those who look at maps in great detail. Other’s dissect the minutes of meetings in the quest for information. This author, however, often finds himself looking to Route Utilisation Strategies for railway-related reading material. Route Utilisation Strategy (RUS) will be a term not unfamiliar to regular readers of London Reconnections. They are documents that Network Rail is legally obliged to produce and the InfraCo generally breaks ...
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