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RIA & HSRG Rail Interview to quiz Scottish Cabinet Secretary Michael Matheson MSP

The Railway Industry Association (RIA) and High Speed Rail Group (HSRG) will be hosting the Rail Interview at the SNP’s first virtual Party Conference.

The Rail Interview, which will take place on Monday 30 November from 12.45 to 1.45pm, will see Cabinet Secretary for Transport, Infrastructure & Connectivity Michael Matheson MSP interviewed by The Scotsman’s Transport Correspondent Alastair Dalton.

The interview will cover the Cabinet Secretary’s thoughts on Scottish rail policy and the future of the railway system.

All are welcome to attend by registering at www.riagb.org.uk/SNPRailInterview and following the registration instructions. If you have any issues registering, email events@riagb.org.uk

The event has been sponsored by Porterbrook.

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