You want to reopen a disused rail line. You’ve got permission to do so, you have organised to close, re-route or otherwise deal with rights of way over the infrastructure and you have found a way to deal with the housing development that’s been built on the route and sorted out the design and construction or refurbishment of track and signalling systems. The challenges are similar if you want to improve mobility in a town or city. Once you’ve sorted the infrastructure, you need to choose ...
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