With Brexit confirmed, the UK rail market along with most others will be feeling the effects of the pending changes. Whilst some have already publically addressed their stance others will be nervous of the effects on funding and planned projects.
The attached article has responses from 35 professionals across the market and their opinion and concerns moving forward.
One thing does seem to be sure; Challenges lie ahead. Whether across development funding, skills shortages or project procurement
Britain to leave the EU; the rail industry responds. With the United Kingdom voting to leave the European Union by a majority of 52% to 48% and the announcement from Prime Minister David Cameron that he will step down in October a shockwave has been sent through the both society and business across the UK and Europe.