Consultation outcome

Rail regulation: call for evidence

This consultation has concluded

Detail of outcome

The high level key outcomes were announced in a written ministerial statement to Parliament on 17 March 2016.

Feedback received

Rail regulation: summary of call for evidence responses

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Detail of feedback received

A summary of the evidence and views received on the role and responsibilities of the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) from across the railway industry including:

  • train and freight operators
  • infrastructure managers
  • rolling stock companies
  • consumer and industry groups
  • the regulator and devolved administrations

Original consultation

Summary

Seeks views on the current regulatory regime for the railways and possible modifications that would be compliant with EU law.

This consultation ran from
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Consultation description

Consultation inviting evidence and views from all interested parties on the effectiveness of the current regulatory regime for the railways and on possible modifications that would be compliant with EU law.

This call for evidence is part of the government’s response to the independent Bowe and Hendy reviews.

Documents

Rail regulation: call for evidence

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Published 10 December 2015
Last updated 12 May 2016 + full page history
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