Rail companies have today set out a blueprint of Britain’s railway in the digital age as the industry gathers in Birmingham to discuss the current challenges facing the railway – and how technology will help address them.
The rail industry has today published its advice on how the railway can continue to help grow Scotland’s economy and support its communities in the decades ahead.
Radical changes to rail fares that would guarantee customers simpler fares and the best possible deal every time they travel are set to be trialled by train companies.
Four in five passengers (81 per cent) are satisfied with their train journeys overall, according to the latest independent nationwide survey – but rail companies acknowledge they must do better to improve services and reliability.
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