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New Transit
Rail News
There has been a surge in the number of people using many small, rural rail lines, with passenger numbers on some routes almost doubling in the last... continue
Categories: Rail, ATOC, All of UK
New Transit
Rail News
Rail fares across franchises in England and Wales will rise by an average of 8% in January with rises on some routes as high as 13%. The increases... continue
New Transit
Rail News
James Dark
Train operators have blamed interference from the Department for Transport for their inability to combat crowding on London commuter services. New... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The UK government has made £200m of additional investment available for rail schemes, chancellor George Osborne announced in the Budget. The... continue
New Transit
Rail News
A new £100m station improvement fund has been launched by Network Rail and the Association of Train Operating Companies. Bids can be made by... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The government has made £200m of additional investment available for rail schemes, chancellor George Osborne announced in the Budget. The... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
James Dark
How should a modern consumer industry set its objectives for providing its users with the services they want, retaining business and winning new... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The Association of Train Operating Companies has called for a debate on the future of intercity train operating contracts. It has suggested that they... continue
New Transit
News Lead Story
James Dark
Network Rail’s new chief executive David Higgins has announced that the company is to devolve powers from London to its regional offices. The... continue
New Transit
Articles
Why is he on the list? ATOC represents Britain’s passenger rail companies. ATOC has 140 staff and a £75m budget. What kind of year has he... continue
New Transit
Articles
Why is he on the list? Smith is the independent chairman of ATOC, which represents the country’s train operating companies. What kind of year... continue
New Transit
Viewpoint
George Muir
Sir Roy McNulty, chairman of the Rail Value for Money Study, may be a class act, but like every other leader of a "what is wrong with the... continue
New Transit
Rail News
New figures published by the Association of Train Operating Companies show that the rail industry has bounced back strongly from the recession. In... continue
New Transit
In brief
The rail industry has broadly welcomed today's announcement on the future of rail franchising. Michael Roberts, chief executive of the Association of... continue
New Transit
Rail News
Rain fares will rise by an average of 6.2% in January 2011, the Association of Train Operating Companies announced today. According to the Office of... continue
New Transit
Rail News
Growth in demand for rail travel during the summer months has risen to levels witnessed on only a handful of occasions in the last decade, according... continue
Categories: Growth, Rail, ATOC, Other, TOCs, All of UK
New Transit
Rail News
Growth in demand for rail travel during the summer months has risen to levels witnessed on only a handful of occasions in the last decade, according... continue
New Transit
Rail News
The rail industry has reacted to news of the Comprehensive Spending Review by broadly welcoming plans for a number of rail schemes. "The... continue
New Transit
Cover Story Detail
Self-print and mobile barcode ticketing was first introduced by Chiltern Railways in 2007 to provide a convenient service for passengers buying... continue
New Transit
Cover Story
James Dark
New Transit’s scene-setting preview for the Travel 2020 exhibition and conference At present, the way public transp... continue
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