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Oral evidence concluded
The Welsh economy is sustained and developed by road and rail links across the border with England and into Ireland. Two routes in Wales form part of the Trans European Network, which link Ireland to Wales and then to England and the rest of the world.
The primary cross-border routes are the South Wales to London road and rail corridor and between North East Wales and North West England which share many economic, social and environmental interests. In more rural areas, such as mid-Wales, the social importance of cross-border transport links is also significant.
Crossing the border: road and rail links between England and Wales - Government response
MPs publish detailed breakdown of the Government's accumulated debt for the Severn Crossings
Welsh Affairs Committee finds M4 problems continue to risk damage to Welsh economy
Report to be published next week
The Committee will take evidence for the Cross-border road and rail connectivity inquiry and The future of dairy farming in Wales inquiry
The Welsh Affairs Committee will question interest groups and new Department for Transport Ministers on HS2, the Severn River Crossing, funding for cross-border transport and co-ordination with the Welsh Assembly in the third session of their inquiry into
Welsh Affairs Committee hold second evidence session of inquiry
Evidence session to be held on 12 June 2012