Network Rail steps up Dawlish resilience plan Network Rail steps up Dawlish resilience plan

A series of information events will be held in south Devon over the next few weeks, as Network Rail steps up its project to improve the resilience of the weather-threatened railway through Dawlish and Teignmouth. The announcement of the community drop-in sessions has come just two days after a hole nearly two metres wide and deep appeared under the main line at Teignmouth. The line was closed for emergency repairs, prompting Plymouth Labour and Co-operative MP Luke Pollard to say ‘the south west has had enough and I have had enough’. The Department for Transport said the Dawlish project was a ‘national priority’.


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