Policy paper

East Coast train operator assessment

Options assessment report for the short term Intercity East Coast train operator.

Documents

Short-term Intercity East Coast train operator 2018 options report (web version)

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Short-term Intercity East Coast train operator 2018 options report (print version)

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Details

The government’s analysis of the 2 options to continue to deliver passenger services on the East Coast Mainline. It focuses on how each option performs against the principles of:

  • protecting passenger interests
  • ensuring value for money for taxpayers
  • supporting investment and improvement in the railway

More about passenger services on the East Coast Mainline

Published 16 May 2018

Policy and engagement

  1. Joint rail data action plan
  2. Rail network enhancements pipeline
  3. South West Peninsula strategic rail blueprint: government response