Stagecoach could walk away from delayed tram-train project

Would-be operators, Stagecoach could terminate its involvement in the delayed Sheffield-Rotherham tram-train project, Rothbiz has learnt.

The £60m pilot project, first mentioned in 2009, will see vehicles running on both rail and tram networks, using the freight route from Rotherham and then joining the Sheffield Supertram network at Meadowhall South.

The project has been delayed a number of times as Network Rail get to grips with some of the heavy rail modifications, including power, track modifications, approvals and testing and commissioning.

Read on… http://www.rothbiz.co.uk/2017/02/news-5363-stagecoach-could-walk-away.html?m=1

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One Response to Stagecoach could walk away from delayed tram-train project

  1. trambuster says:

    No kiddin!?!?

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