An analysis of the costs and benefits of converting the Great Western Mainline from Cardiff to Swansea to use electric trains.

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1 June 2012
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Great Western Main Line electrification: Cardiff to Swansea outline business case

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Appendix 1

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This outline business case considers:

  • the case for change
  • value for money
  • feasibility
  • affordability
  • achievability

It concludes that there is a valid case for electrification of the Great Western Mainline between Cardiff and Swansea.