A year since the biggest ever rail fares consultation opened, passengers still grappling with an outdated fares system say government should prioritise fares reform and enable change as soon as possible.
New figures reveal punctuality was unaffected by the implementation of the 2019 Summer timetable.
Rail freight industry calls for joined-up railway to build on the £1.7 billion economic benefits it already delivers
Britain’s freight companies call for a better joined-up railway with strong incentives to accommodate rail freight growth to ensure they can keep shop shelves stacked, the economy moving and Britain building as part of a future rail system.
Britain’s train companies are prioritising punctuality and reliability for passengers as they prepare to introduce the new summer timetable on Sunday 19th May.
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