The Windsor Link Railway was featured on the Andrew Peach show and BBC Radio Berkshire this morning.
The Windsor Observer has featured WLR submitting its petitions, with 1400 signatures combined, at the last full council meeting. Buy it in newsagents or see it online.
Steve Baker, the MP for Wycombe, has added his support to the Windsor Link Railway, commenting:
The full council of the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead received two petitions from WLR yesterday evening. The first was petitioning the council to do more to support the Windsor Link Railway. This received 1,020 signatures including 163 online. This will now be debated at the next full council meeting on 25 February 2014. The second petition was for the local council to look actively at ideas for improving the riverside area, parking and transport in Windsor, including those of the Windsor Link Railway Ltd,
1,423 petition signatures will be presented this evening to RBWM council. More details to follow.
A big thank you to the guys at the Surrey Branch of Rail Future for their support and assistance. WLR gave a presentation there yesterday. Also presented at the same meeting was Crossrail South. This is a plan to extend the lines into Waterloo to connect up to the Charing Cross lines, enabling a whole host of new journey options to the East and the North. It is very similar in principle to the Windsor Link Railway because (a) it reduces the operational inefficiencies
A big thank you to over 1,000 people who have signed our petition asking the council to do more to support the Windsor Link Railway.
the independent campaign for a better passenger and freight rail network. The Surrey division have kindly invited the WLR to speak at the next meeting at Guildford at 10 am on Saturday 7 December 2013.
Earlier this week, the company gave a presentation to the RBWM Highways & Transport panel and today we gave a very similar presentation to the Windsor & Eton Society. It was gratifying today to see such a packed meeting and to get so many intelligent questions from many people who clearly care deeply about Windsor. As the projector couldn't show all the detail, some people have asked for a copy of the presentation. This was very similar for both meetings. To see it click
A big thank you to the 681 people, at pixel time (14 Nov), who have signed our petition asking the council to do more to support the Windsor Link Railway.