First stage of EGIP completed by 2014

July 2012
Rail Business Intelligence;7/19/2012, Issue 418, p2
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the Edinburgh -- Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP) to electrify the Scottish rail network which will complete its first phase by 2014.


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