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Rail News
Discounted tickets are fuelling first class rail travel in Britain. Just over 11 million first class trips were made in 2012, up from 6.7 million in... continue
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Technology News
The quest for seamless multimodal travel has been set out again in the UK Department for Transport’s new ‘door-to-door’ transport... continue
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Technology News
The UK’s major rail companies are set to be included in a new “GDS for rail” being developed by technology giant Amadeus this... continue
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Feature
The economic circumstances of 2012 gave added impetus to a range of lobbyists and protestors, harnessing public support against cuts in spending on... continue
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Feature
UK transport is heavily influenced, as elsewhere, by political leaders. Transport problems and challenges exist at both a national and local level... continue
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Cover Story Detail
David Crawford
The release of both scheduled and real-time travel information by the UK rail industry as open data is raising the quality of service advice to... continue
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Business
An unexpected rise in the UK Retail Price Index (RPI) measure of inflation for July means that passengers face average rises of 6.2% on regulated... continue
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Rail News
The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) has set out the industry’s options for additional vehicles between 2014 and 2019 (Control... continue
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Rail News
Association of Train Operating Companies chairman Tom Smith has criticised the government for slow progress over the past two years in reforming rail... continue
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Cover Story Detail
James Dark
A project involving the Association of Train Operating Companies has begun to consider building on the UK’s Rail Settlement Plan philosophy to... continue
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Viewpoint
Mark Cartwright
The insurance industry isn’t often looked upon as a paragon of retail virtue, so you might think it a bit odd if I suggest that those in the... continue
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Rail News
New figures released by the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) show that passenger numbers grew by 6% in the last 12 months. Journeys on... continue
Categories: Fares/ticketing, Rail, ATOC
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Feature
The economic circumstances and transport industry reform programmes of 2011 gave added power to a range of lobbyists and protestors. The power of the... continue
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Feature
The importance of transport locally and the devolution of power from central government means that the administrators of system and scheme... continue
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Rail News Lead Story
The Association of Train Operating Companies has set out proposals for train operators to be given a bigger role in ordering and managing their... continue
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Rail News
The Office of Rail Regulation is consulting on  a Code of Practice governing the standard of information provided to passengers during... continue
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Rail News
UK Train passenger numbers have jumped 5.3% in the period June to September, according to the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC). This... continue
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Rail News
The white collar TSSA union has claimed that a hit list of 675 station ticket offices earmarked for closure has been drawn up  as a result of... continue
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Editorial Comment
Peter Stonham
FirstGroup’s announcement that it will skip a technology and introduce contactless bankcard payment across its English bus fleet from next... continue
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Rail News
The white collar TSSA union has claimed that a hit list of 675 station ticket offices earmarked for closure has been drawn up  as a result of... continue
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