The public are being asked to consult for a third time on the plans which aim to eventually improve connections by train between East Anglia, central, southern and western England. Changes to the East West Rail project as outlined in the National Infrastructure Commission report (read it here) to connect Oxford - Milton Keynes - Cambridge are back under the microscope.
The latest changes look at the construction process, when and where depots will be created and construction vehicle routes.
Network Rail’s project director for East West Rail Dominic Baldwin urged anyone ‘with an interest in the railway’ to make their voices heard.
The plans will be on show at the sports and social club in Bicester Road, Launton, on Friday. The consultation ends on February 9.