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Help to find a seat

Author: Jisun Kim - Published At: Wed 27 of Jun, 2018 19:06 BST - (2585 Reads)
Passengers
Help us design an App to reduce passenger crowding on trains - fill in our survey to let us know what information you need to find empty carriages.

Timetable trauma

Author: Chris Page - Published At: Sun 03 of Jun, 2018 15:11 BST - (4014 Reads)
Passengers
In his letter to local MPs Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has thrown Network Rail, Govia Thameslink and Northern Rail under the bus, but how much responsibility should the DfT bear for the excessive cancellations and delays following the introduction of new timetables? Photo by James Chespy.

Fare value and choice

Author: Chris Page - Published At: Tue 29 of May, 2018 19:26 BST - (4247 Reads)
Passengers
Some people are deterred from travelling by train by the complexity of buying a ticket and the perception that fares are expensive, whilst some passengers are unclear whether they have the best deal so feel ripped off. Image: Play the ticket maze game to reach the Oyster!

Woodhead spurned

Author: Ray King - Published At: Wed 07 of Mar, 2018 14:03 GMT - (9364 Reads)
Passengers
This picture is the image chosen by Transport for the North to illustrate its Long Term Rail Strategy. Is it fantasy or reality?

Fixing our creaking railways

Author: Ian Brown and Chris Austin - Published At: Sun 03 of Dec, 2017 00:09 GMT - (3502 Reads)
Passengers
The government’s Strategic Vision for Rail, published on 29th November 2017, sets out a vision for our railways. The proposal to reopen lines closed by Beeching captured the attention of the press, but equally significant were the proposals for joint operation of train and track and changes to the franchising system. Photo: Apperley Bridge, which opened in 2015, is an example of a rail development which unlocked new housing in an area within commuting distance of Leeds.

Best Station Cafe

Author: Nina Smith - Published At: Thu 28 of Sep, 2017 14:36 BST - (4958 Reads)
Passengers
Hebden Bridge Station Café voted best in country. Railfuture Communications Director Chris Hyomes presents the award to Lisa and Antoinette, owners of The Coffee Station, Hebden Bridge.

Guarding passengers

Author: Ray King - Published At: Mon 13 of Mar, 2017 13:35 GMT - (8267 Reads)
Passengers
A personal view from Railfuture vice-president Peter Rayner.Photo: A crowded train at Gretna Green in August 2016.

On-train ticket sales

Author: Jerry Alderson (Research by Phil Smart) - Published At: Thu 22 of Sep, 2016 17:08 BST - (4958 Reads)
Passengers
Where there is no ticket machine or station staff selling tickets passengers should be able to buy any ticket or group of tickets they require from on-board staff. Railfuture believes it is unacceptable for a passenger to regularly have to queue up at their destination to buy a ticket a ticket, yet it happens all too often. Photo: Phil Smart

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