Monthly Archives: August 2014

Meanwhile, over in the US…

It’s been two years since it was my actual job to report on infrastructure spending in the United States, but had I still had the same job, I could have reported on the latest developments by cutting and pasting my stories from … Continue reading

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How will the UK pay for its future railway?

  News in the Financial Times that the British government is trying to keep the £34 billion (US$57bn) debts of Network Rail, the owner-operator-maintainer-improver of Britain’s rail infrastructure, off balance sheet can only accelerate the debate about how to pay for … Continue reading

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