The North-South Railway Divide: ICE campaign featured in ‘The Geographer’ magazine

The North-South Railway Divide: ICE campaign featured in ‘The Geographer’ magazine

The ICE campaign has recently featured in the Royal Scottish Geographical Society’s quarterly magazine, The Geographer. Our Rail Campaigner, Paul Tetlaw, discussed the ‘North-South Railway Divide’ in Scotland, highlighting the extreme gap between rail journey times north and south of the Central Belt. It takes three and half hours to travel 175 miles from Edinburgh to […]

Mike Robinson: Time for trains to get on a modern track

Mike Robinson: Time for trains to get on a modern track

Mike Robinson, CEO of the Royal Scottish Geographical Society, has featured in the Scotsman today, making the case for a rail network fit for the 21st century. Mike highlights the many economic, social and environmental benefits of upgrading Scotland’s inter-city rail network  and boosting connectivity between Scotland’s seven cities: “Given the Scottish Government’s pledge to […]

Call for Better Rail Links North of the Central Belt

Call for Better Rail Links North of the Central Belt

Scottish Association for Public Transport NEWS RELEASE:  Thursday 8th May 2014 Call for Better Rail Links North of the Central Belt A leading public transport campaign group has today (Thursday 8 May) called for action to improve rail links and public transport north of the Central Belt. In Perth today, the Scottish Association for Public […]

CAMPAIGN LAUNCH CALLS FOR SCOTTISH ‘RAIL REVOLUTION’

CAMPAIGN LAUNCH CALLS FOR SCOTTISH ‘RAIL REVOLUTION’

Transform Scotland NEWS RELEASE Strictly embargoed: Not for use before 00:01, Monday 3 March 2014 CAMPAIGN LAUNCH CALLS FOR SCOTTISH ‘RAIL REVOLUTION’ Leading transport campaign group to build broad support to make rail travel faster, safer, greener and more competitive Transform Scotland [1] today (Monday 3-Mar) launched a new campaign to build support for a […]