Speaking at the Modern Railways Innovation Awards, Richard Price sets out why innovation matters so much as demand for rail grows and why the challenges of greater efficiency and investment are a huge plus for the industry - and calls for rail businesses and innovators to do more to shape their own destiny.
Thursday, 28 June 2012
Economics | Infrastructure The Periodic Review in rail, innovation and the supply chain:
In this speech to the rail industry's suppliers, Richard Price sets out why Network Rail's relationships with the supply chain are so important to the industry's ability to innovate, serve customers and secure value for money.
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Economics | Infrastructure and economic regulation Regulation: when less is more
Richard Price argues that the rail industry should depend less on government intervention and take more of its own decisions on how best to invest, serve its customers and grow. Independent regulation can help free up businesses from micromanagement.
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