In advance of the May elections, Rail Forum Midlands (RFM) has launched ‘Supporting the Green Recovery in all the Devolved Nations and City Regions’. This succinct document sets out the role the railway should play leading a Green Recovery following the Covid-19 pandemic.
Elaine Clark, CEO, RFM said; “Our members provide products and services across the length and breadth of the UK and all are keen to support the UK’s green recovery from the pandemic. The railway provides a pivotal service to businesses and individuals. It is already recognised as a low carbon mode of transport with the potential to make a significant contribution towards the UK’s net zero targets. As our devolved nations and key city regions look to the future; infrastructure investment is high on everyone’s agenda and we are keen to ensure the railway plays its part.”
‘Supporting the Green Recovery in all the Devolved Nations and City Regions’ has been circulated to candidates across the English city regions, Scotland and Wales.
The full document can be seen here. RFM Supporting the Devolved Nations and City Regions
For further information contact:
Elaine Clark email@example.com
About Rail Forum Midlands:
Rail Forum Midlands (RFM) is a national industry body with strong regional connections including supporting the nationally and internationally important rail supply chain cluster across the Midlands; RFM has over 250 members providing products and services across all aspects of the industry. RFM actively supports the national rail agenda and strategy, encouraging collaboration, promoting members’ capabilities, leading a number of regional skills initiatives and supporting innovation and export priorities. RFM is owned and governed by its members with a Board drawn from member companies.