The volume of calls to the National Rail Enquiries telephone services has now fallen to less than a million call per quarter, down from around 12 million calls a quarter in 2004. The Office of Rail Regulation attribute this to passengers now finding internet services more available and convenient to use.
Richard Freeston-Clough of London TravelWatch writes:-
I wanted to let you know about London TravelWatch’s plans to hold a transport engagement event in Bexleyheath on 30 October as part of our stakeholder engagement programme. Continue reading
SEVENOAKS RAIL TRAVELLERS ASSOCIATION
Minutes of Annual General Meeting
Wednesday October 9th 2013 at 8PM
At the Annual General meeting of the Sevenoaks Rail Travellers Association Tony Clayton (Chairman) and Roger Johnson (Vice Chairman) gave a presentation about the future railway services from 2018. These are the slides that they used:-
Tony Clayton, Chairman of the Sevenoaks Rail Travellers Association, has written to Southeastern Railway with our response to the consultation on what service improvements customers would like to see during the “direct” extension of the franchise from 2014 to 2018
In an online poll of the readers of the Sevenoaks Chronicle, 81% have backed the Sevenoaks Rail Travellers Association in supporting the London Mayor’s proposals to take over the Sevenoaks to London via Dunton Green rail service.
More details about the SRTA’s support of the Mayor’s plans are in our earlier posts here and here.