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UK Department of Transport confirmed £300 million (EUR 345 million) funding for infrastructure improvement works on the Southern and Thameslink railway networks.

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  1. Anonymous of Croydon says:

    Any flesh on this: i.e. What specific work is being funded?

  2. Melvyn says:

    Given the recent cuts in plans for AC electrification perhaps some of this money would be better spent extending 3rd rail electrification to make Southern fully electric thus freeing DMUs that currently operate over long sections of electrified routes to be cascaded to other parts of the country now DMUs which were expected to be cascaded will have to continue running on lines which were to be electrified.

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