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Railway Infrastructure in Wales

Inquiry

We will look at where responsibility lies for the management of rail infrastructure in Wales, how funding is allocated to rail infrastructure projects across the UK and the share of investment Wales has received since 1994. We will also look at the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic on the rail network in Wales, and the potential opportunities of the Union Connectivity Review.

Read the inquiry launch and terms of reference

 

Upcoming events

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Past events

Thursday 11 March 2021
1:40pm Private
2:30pm Public
Railway Infrastructure in Wales - Oral evidence 11 March 2021
2:30pm
  • Chris Heaton-Harris (Minister of State at Department for Transport)
  • David T C Davies (Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State at Wales Office)
Virtual meeting
Thursday 25 February 2021
9:30am Public
Railway Infrastructure in Wales - Oral evidence 25 February 2021
9:30am
  • Sir Peter Hendy (Chair of Union Connectivity Review, Chair at Network Rail)
10:30am
  • Ken Skates MS (Minister for Economy, Transport and North Wales at Welsh Government)
  • Simon Jones (Director Economic Infrastructure at Welsh Government)
  • James Hooker (Rail Programme Director at Welsh Government)
Virtual meeting
Thursday 11 February 2021
9:30am Public
Railway Infrastructure in Wales - Oral evidence 11 February 2021
9:30am
  • James Price (Chief Executive Officer at Transport for Wales)
  • Bill Kelly (Route Director Wales & Borders at Network Rail)
10:30am
  • Mark Hopwood (Managing Director at Great Western Railway)
  • Richard Scott (Director of Partnerships and Strategy at The West Coast Partnership)
  • Sarah Kelley (Regional Director for West & Wales at CrossCountry)
Virtual meeting
Thursday 21 January 2021
2:30pm Public
Railway Infrastructure in Wales - Oral evidence 21 January 2021
2:30pm
  • Professor Stuart Cole (Emeritus Professor of Transport at University of South Wales)
  • Professor Mark Barry (Professor of Practice in Connectivity at Cardiff University)
  • Julian Glover (Former special adviser at Department for Transport)
Virtual meeting

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  • Email: welshcom@parliament.uk
  • Phone: 0207 219 1424 (general enquiries) | 020 7219 1034 (media enquiries)
  • Address: Welsh Affairs Committee, House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA