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He said: “Everything we read just points to the fact that this has got to happen - no ifs, buts or maybes.
It really is so important for Bradford and indeed for the wider city region as well.” Mr Garthwaite said it was hugely important that everyone kept lobbying Transport for the North and the Government, saying the “pressure needs to be kept on” for Bradford to be included on the Northern Powerhouse Rail line.
Nick Garthwaite, president of Bradford Chamber of Commerce, said: “Arup’s report gives a compelling case to have the Northern Powerhouse Rail coming through Bradford city and that we have got to have a new station.
“The advantages are clear and for me, when I read it, I think actually they have done an incredibly good job on the creation of the report and make a very strong case for the city.” Mr Garthwaite said Bradford had a young population and that “we must have that connectivity for our young people”.
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