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Rail News
A major study is set to offer what is arguably the first ever up-to-date assessment of the skills gap for all modes of transport in the South East of... continue
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Rail News
Train operators this week said that inflation-busting fare increases were needed to pay for further investment in Britain’s railway... continue
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Rail News
Barcode tickets sent direct to mobile phones will rapidly supersede plastic smartcards as the future of rail ticketing outside the large commuter... continue
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Rail News
The advertising Standards Authority has ruled against airline Flybe for a misleading advertisement earlier this year which made three claims about... continue
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People
The Department for Transport has appointed Chris Austin, director of public policy at the Association of Train Operating Companies, onto its new... continue
Categories: People, ATOC, All of UK
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Rail News
The railway is infamously said to cost two to three times as much today as under BR, while carrying around 50% more passengers. At a select committee... continue
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Rail News
The Department for Transport’s long-awaited rolling stock plan has promised a massive injection of new trains beyond the 1,300 additional... continue
Categories: Growth, Rail, ATOC, DfT/SRA, All of UK
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In brief
The Association of Train Operating Companies has welcomed a report on the future of the Railway Pension Scheme, by the Railway Pensions Commission.... continue
Categories: Rail, Staff, ATOC, All of UK
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Business Comment
The Green Party maybe seen by some as a slightly outside the political establishment but it does represent a body of opinion, attracting younger... continue
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Regular News
Train operators have recruited two executives from outside of the rail industry to reinvigorate the Association of Train Operating... continue
Categories: People, Rail, ATOC, Other, All of UK
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Regular News
by James Dark
The Association of Train Operating Companies has commissioned new research which will help determine whether recent high levels of passenger growth... continue
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Regular News
Network Rail has set out a strategy to develop the East Coast Main Line which includes catering for 40% growth in patronage on long distance services... continue
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News Extra
By Meera Rambissoon
When it comes to the rail industry, revenue management is a thorny issue. Unlike airlines, which have been using advanced revenue management tools... continue
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Regular News
Train operators have backed a campaign by the All Party Parliamentary Sustainable Aviation Group to underline the environmental and productivity... continue
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Regular News
Use of Britain’s railways, as measured by passenger miles, is now at the highest level ever recorded in peace time. Over 30 billion passenger... continue
Categories: Growth, Rail, Reports, ATOC, All of UK
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Rail News
The Association of Train Operating Companies is expected to increase its public relations staff and assist operators in improving customer service... continue
Categories: Rail, ATOC, Other, All of UK
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Business Back-Up
Tucked away in northeast Scotland, Journeycall has for the past four years been carving out a strong reputation for excellence in providing... continue
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Lead Story
by James Dark
The Association of Train Operating Companies has set out a programme to simplify rail ticketing by placing the wide array of current ticket types... continue
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News Extra
by James Dark
In the wake of last summer’s rail white paper, an uncomfortable stand off developed between the Department for Transport and the rail industry... continue
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News Extra
Although Chris Stokes indicated that the initial results of his research into the case for future electrification came with a “health... continue
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