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Rail News
One and Network Rail team up to improve National Express Group’s One Railway franchise has launched a programme of actions aimed at... continue
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Rail News
Network Rail is expecting the rail industry to achieve 90% punctuality by March 2009, three years earlier than previously predicted. The company... continue
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Bus News
Four councils have set up a joint working group to review bus services in Norwich by First Eastern Counties and a number of its smaller competitors.... continue
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Business Comment Lead Story
With the best will in the world, you could hardly say Network Rail has extended itself the past couple of years. The company has cantered along,... continue
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Business Comment
THE news that Bristol City Council and First’s local bus operating subsidiary are to come together to form a Punctuality Improvement... continue
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Rail News
TOCs remain unhappy with Network Rail Train operators remain dissatisfied with Network Rail’s service despite recent progress in addressing... continue
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Rail News
Merseyrail and One have been highlighted by the Office of Rail Regulation as operators who need to improve their punctuality. The regulator said its... continue
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Rail News
Network rail has been told to improve its contingency plans for dealing with adverse weather conditions after its progress in reducing delays stalled... continue
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Rail News
By James Dark
New techniques being considered by Network Rail could potentially cut the cost of running the railway by over 20%. In its advice to ministers on... continue
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Regular News
Warrington Borough Transport is celebrating its highest ever customer satisfaction survey results. Independent research revealed that 98% of existing... continue
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Opinion
It seems that doing a passenger survey is all the rage at the moment. Train operators have one done for them twice a year by Passenger Focus. For... continue
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Letters to the Editor
It is interesting to note the very positive response that Arriva have obtained in their user survey in that 91% are satisfied with the service... continue
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Regular Feature
On the face of it the news that four out of five rail passengers are satisfied with the overall service that they receive would seem very positive.... continue
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News Extra
When did the NPS start and why? The National Passenger Survey was set up in autumn 1999 by the Office of Passenger Rail Franchising (predecessor to... continue
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Rail News
First Great Western is being urged to follow c2c in scrapping timetable changes introduced last month. Two Thames Valley MPs, Martin Salter (Lab:... continue
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Rail News
The Department for Transport has this week been blamed for the week-long closure of two community rail lines in the South West of England. Julia... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
By Meera Rambissoon
Train operator c2c has made a sharp u-turn and reverted to its old weekday timetable last Monday just four weeks after the new timetable was... continue
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Regular News
London mayor Ken Livingstone this week demanded that the operator of the Croydon Tramlink improve the services for passengers and improve their... continue
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Bus News
By Andrew Garnett
CONTROVERSIAL?GREATER Manchester bus operator UK?North and associated firm GM?Buses have had their combined 74-vehicle fleet forced off the road by... continue
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Rail News
First ScotRail has been fined almost £500,000 by Transport Scotland after a “dip” in performance. The train company incurred... continue
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