"Our railways are a success story, carrying more people than at any time since the Second World War.
We want to make sure our railways continue to meet the challenge of passenger demand.
That is why more than £38 billion is being spent over the next five years to transform the network.
That means better stations and more trains and services, allowing more people to travel quickly and comfortably."
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