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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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Rail News
rival intercity operators GNER and Virgin West Coast have agreed to share best practice. The companies are competing for passengers travelling... continue
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Opinion
By Andrew Garnett
One of the central pillars of Britain’s push towards privatising its public transport operations has been that it might create transport... continue
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Rail News
By James Dark
The head of the country’s most punctual train operator has criticised the rail industry’s view that running 90% of trains on time is a... continue
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Interview
By James Dark
In a previous magazine appearance, Mark Hopwood enjoyed the distinction of a phenomenon being named after him. It was christened the ‘Hopwood... continue
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Bus News
TWO MAJOR south coast bus operators have been called before traffic commissioner Philip Brown to answer allegations of failing to operate registered... continue
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Rail News
By James Dark
Network Rail will find it increasingly difficult to continue improving train punctuality, and doing so will test the quality of its management, the... continue
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Rail News
International train operator Eurostar achieved its best ever performance since it began operations 12-years ago at the end of last month with 98% of... continue
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Rail News
Latest punctuality figures from Network Rail show that in the most recent four-week reporting period, National Express-owned train operator One... continue
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Rail News
The punctuality and reliability of First ScotRail train services in Strathclyde was 29% ahead of industry targets last month and elsewhere in... continue
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Bus News
By Robin Bennett
TRENT BARTON has warned that a combination of disruption from roadworks and escalating fuel prices are putting the future of some of its recently... continue
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Letters to the Editor
They sit there, don’t they, those perceived truisms that are trotted out as established fact. And we nod and don’t question them.... continue
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Ben Colson
By Ben Colson
There’s not much I envy about the lot of a railway manager, but one thing that makes me jealous is when I hear on the radio or TV local travel... continue
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Regular Feature
A feature that NedRailways chief executive Anton Valk says distinguishes his company from other train operators is the programme to exchange best... continue
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