Increase rail freight capacity post-Brexit for “attractive alternative” to road-based cargo, says report

The International rail freight post-Brexit document said the time was right to “ask what must be done to ensure that rail freight remains a viable and attractive alternative to road-based freight”, something that has been predicted to cause mass disruption when more stringent border checks come into force. The RDG, the body representing companies that run Britain’s rail network, said rail freight contributes £1.7 billion in economic benefits to the British economy.

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