– Scottish Parliament written question – answered on 17th January 2002.
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To ask the First Minister whether the plans outlined this week by the Strategic Rail Authority are adequate to deal with any problems facing rail passengers in Scotland.
The SRA's Strategic Plan begins to address the decades of under investment in rail. The plan is an ambitious, but achievable first step that will offer major benefits to passengers in Scotland.
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