Promoting competition on the railways


  • 29/10/2015
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The Competition and Markets Authority is examining the scope for increasing competition in passenger rail services. This lecture will review the impediments created by the current structure of the rail industry, the development of super-monopolies and barriers to on-rail competition.  It will consider how greater use of open access and competition together with opportunities for innovation and efficiency in the sector could improve rail services for passengers.

Lecturer: Tony Lodge, Infrastructure and Transport Analyst, Centre for Policy Studies

Respondent: Richard Price, Chief Executive, Office of Rail and Road

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