Beleaguered UK secretary of state for transport Chris Grayling has again been rapped, for reportedly failing to provide for freight traffic on a proposed upgrade to the Trans-Pennine rail corridor.
A report in The Guardian claims £3bn will be spent upgrading 76 miles of track. which includes adding tunnels that are too small for modern freight trains.
A spokesperson for PD Ports described it as “short-sighted” and a threat to UK economic …
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Source: The Loadstar