Call for Scottish Government to consider £200 million north-east rail improvements ‘an urgent priority’ – Aberdeen Evening Express

North-east Conservative politicians have launched a campaign urging the Scottish Government to set out £200 million plans for the region’s rail and infrastructure as “an urgent priority”.

In 2008, the SNP under former first minister Alex Salmond said it would invest £200m on rail infrastructure upgrades, to speed up trips between Aberdeen and Edinburgh by 20 minutes.

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