Consultation Responses

Ely Area Capacity Enhancements response

Rail Freight Group (RFG) was pleased to respond to the round 2 consultation on the Ely area capacity enhancements programme. RFG fully supports the Ely Area Capacity Enhancements programme, which is recognised by industry and public sector stakeholders as being long overdue following previous proposals having been paused under the Hendy review. RFG recognises that […]

RFG response to Consultation on new Wales transport strategy

Rail Freight Group (RFG) was pleased to submit a formal response to the Welsh Government’s Consultation on a new transport strategy for Wales. Rail freight operates wholly in the private sector but requires appropriate infrastructure on which to operate its trains as well as sufficient network capacity and suitable terminal facilities for receiving and handling […]

Union Connectivity Review

Rail Freight Group (RFG) is pleased to respond to provide this submission to the Union Connectivity Review. Supply chains are complex and often global in reach.  All nations of the UK rely on goods imported from across the world and have businesses who export to other countries and distribute goods across the UK.  Excellent transport […]

Planning for the Future

Rail Freight Group (RFG) was pleased to respond to the Government’s consultation on Planning for the Future. The rail freight industry is a success story, and an essential part of UK transport and logistics.  Throughout the Covid crisis our trains have kept goods moving, to supermarkets and online retail, into industry and construction and to […]

Industry Timetable Technology Strategy

Rail Freight Group (RFG) is pleased to respond to the consultation on the Network Rail ITTS. Overall, we support measures to modernise the systems and processes associated with timetabling. It is clear that a modernised approach could deliver significant benefits for the industry, including better performing and productive timetables, greater efficiency and benefits in staff […]