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Speaking on the release of the IRP North Report, Tracy Brabin said:

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Read the IRP North Report

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Tracy Brabin Mayor of West Yorkshire

That is not levelling up. Instead of new lines built for the 21st century, we’re being offered a 20th century upgrade to existing infrastructure.

Passengers in the North could face another decade of uncertainty and disruption as upgrades impact our existing services and create uncertainty for investors. This is not the Crossrail of the North.

The Government suggests that these improvements will be delivered quicker than the plans the North had proposed. Yet still thinks it needs another new study to get high speed trains to Leeds - how much longer will that take and is the last ten years not long enough?

The news about the Transpennine upgrade is welcome. But commitments to electrify the Transpennine route date back to 2011, and it is unclear from today’s document what exactly will be delivered and when. Likewise Midland Mainline electrification, announced again today, was committed in 2012 and then cancelled in July 2017.

Our people, our communities and our businesses need and deserve so much more.

I also welcome the support for our plans for a mass transit system for West Yorkshire. But we have been here before, with one government committing to the project, only for future ones to overturn it. Our region needs a long-term, multi-parliament commitment that will deliver on this promise. And mass transit is a not a substitute for an integrated rail network and nor will it take freight off our busy roads.

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