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A meltdown of Britain’s train scheduling system that caused chaos for travelers over the summer months was caused by a lack of government and rail industry leadership, according to an official inquiry. The Department for Transport, system manager Network Rail Ltd. and the operators of England’s Thameslink and Northern rail franchises “all made mistakes which contributed to the collapse of services,” the Office of Rail and Road said after publishing the report Thursday. Read more on Bloomberg here.
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