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Welsh Affairs Committee
Report published on Friday 20 January 2017; Government Response published on 31 March 2017
Evidence given by Paul Maynard MP, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State, and Eddie Muraszko, Deputy Director, Midlands, North and Wales Market, Department of Transport
Evidence given by Ken Skates AM, Cabinet Secretary for Economy and Infrastructure, and Simon Jones, Director of Transport and ICT infrastructure, Welsh Government (via videolink); Councillor Samantha Dixon, Chair, North Wales and Mersey Dee Cross-Border Rail Task Force, Ashley Rogers, Chair, North Wales Business Council, and Iwan Prys-Jones, Programme Manager, North Wales Economic Ambition Board (at 5.00pm).
Evidence given by Ian Bullock, Managing Director, Arriva Trains Wales, and Roger Cobbe, Policy Director, Arriva Trains; Elizabeth De Jong, Director of Policy, Rail Delivery Group (at 2.45pm).
Evidence given by Professor Stuart Cole, Emeritus Professor of Transport, University of South Wales