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Ron McAulay - Articles and news items

£1bn Railway investment programme unveiled to public

Rail industry news / 15 June 2011 /

Transport Minister Keith Brown and Network Rail launched one of Scotland’s biggest consultation exercises…

Main works begin on £170m upgrade of vital rail corridor

Rail industry news / 13 January 2011 /

Network Rail has begun work on a major £170m enhancement of the railway linking Glasgow to the Clyde coast and Ayrshire.

Bathgate Station on track for Autumn opening

Rail industry news / 9 August 2010 /

Network Rail director Scotland, Ron McAulay and Scottish Transport Minister Stewart Stevenson got an exclusive preview of the new Bathgate Station…

Airdrie Station in line for improvements

Rail industry news / 5 July 2010 /

An expanded and improved station at Airdrie moves a step closer next week (17 July) as Network Rail starts work to install a new station platform and upgrade existing facilities…

Airdrie-Bathgate Rail Link: from conception to construction

Issue 6 2007, Past issues / 26 November 2007 /

Scotland’s rail network is currently enjoying an unprecedented level of funding for enhancement projects across the country. However, one project in particular has the potential to transform lives throughout the Central Belt. The Airdrie-Bathgate Rail Link project, funded by Transport Scotland and delivered by Network Rail, is the most ambitious rail project currently being undertaken in Scotland. Ultimately, it will provide a new double-tracked, electrified route between Glasgow and Edinburgh, transforming access to public transport for the communities along the line.