WE were promised so much.
There would be six trains between Edinburgh and Glasgow every hour. On the fastest journeys, travel times would be cut from 50 minutes to 37 minutes. The trains would be longer so there would be less chance of having to stand all the way. But when the details of the Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme (EGIP) were announced yesterday, only one of those three promises had been kept. By any measure, that is not a good result.
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