Network Rail submits major rail plans for Derby
NETWORK Rail has announced its business plan for the next five years, which includes major work at Derby and the electrification of the Midland Main Line costing hundreds of millions of pounds.
The company, which maintains the UK rail network, is planning to carry out the full electrification of the Midland Main Line, the route which serves Derby, at a cost of £514.6 million.
And it is also looking to remodel the line at Derby, at a cost of £137.2 million, which will speed up journey times and allow more trains to flow in and out of Derby station.
Last year, the Government approved plans for the full electrification of the Midland Main Line that will allow greener trains to run on the line, which will be quicker and cheaper to run.
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The business plan, which covers 2014 to 2019, has now been submitted to the Office of Rail Regulation for approval.