Making tracks

  • Steller P
  • Meyer K
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The article provides information on Community Rail Partnerships (CRP), a British collaboration of train operators, local authorities, local employers, development and tourism agencies, community groups and other locally-based groups for the development of their local rail service. CRP, which is established by a mutual agreement, is part of the British Department for Transport's Community Rail Development Strategy. The strategy's aim include raising awareness of local lines, increasing the number of passengers and the number of community development. One example of a rail service developed as part of a CRP is the Crewe-Stoke-Derby line. The five priorities of the Crewe-Stoke-Derby line that fit within the criteria of the Community Rail Strategy, are discussed

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  • Patricia Steller

  • Kevin Meyer

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