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Edinburgh Glasgow Improvement Programme

Between June 2013 and May 2014 overhead line equipment was installed from Springburn to Cumbernauld, enabling the use of electric traction units. As the first section of the much-discussed EGIP programme of works, this was a test bed for new equipment and new approaches in Scotland. In addition to supporting Bonomi Group in providing an extended range of OLE equipment, PACE collaborated with Network Rail, Carillion and Morris Line in the development of a new simple earthing switch.

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