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What the papers say - THE SUNDAY TIMES

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Transport officials are planning a radical shake-up of the rail network under which the number of train companies would be cut from 25 to 16. The franchise review is seen by railway executives as evidence of the increased involvement of the Department for Transport in strategy.

Cyclists could be given new rights of way at the expense of motorists in a multi-millionpound package of measures drawn up by government advisors. Urban road layouts would undergo a radical redesign to take space away from cars in favour of cyclists.

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