Decision Maker: Plenary - Fourth Assembly
Status: Recommendations approved
Is Key decision?: Yes
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NDM5483 Aled Roberts (North Wales)
Staying on Track: Maintaining Rail Connectivity for North Wales
The importance of rail connectivity between North Wales and the HS2 hub at Crewe, along with the potential for enhanced capacity from Wrexham and the North Wales Coast to Liverpool and Manchester.
Publication date: 02/04/2014
Date of decision: 02/04/2014
Decided at meeting: 02/04/2014 - Plenary - Fourth Assembly