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Sunday, May 31, 2020

RIA’s Update 111 now available

The Railway Industry Association (RIA) has published it latest quarterly magazine – Update 111.

Normally only available to RIA members, the Update covers a range of topics and issues related to the UK rail supply community.

Update 111 includes exclusive content:

  • A comment piece from Doug Oakervee, following the publication of his review into HS2;
  • Editorial from RIA Chief Executive Darren Caplan;
  • The latest on the rail supply community’s response to Coronavirus from RIA Policy Director Kate Jennings;
  • A special report on RIA’s 145th Anniversary Gala Dinner in February;
  • An article from Deb Carson of High Speed Rail Group;
  • Highlights from each of RIA’s functions – Public Affairs & Policy, Exports, Technical & Innovation and Events & Information;
  • And much, much more!

You can download a copy of the magazine here.

The Update is a quarterly communication for RIA members. If you are not a member and would like to find out more about joining, please contact Membership Engagement Manager Rose Gaber at [email protected] and on 07824 665007.

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