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Rail commuters hit by 4.2% average fare rise
From the BBC.....................Rail fares for season ticket holders have increased by an average of 4.2% as the annual price hike, announced in August, comes into effect.Overall, ticket prices have gone up by 3.9% in England, Wales and Scotland, but rises vary between train operators.The TUC...
"Train companies understand passengers' frustration when they cannot get a seat" - ATOC
Responding to the DfT’s statement on tackling crowding on some of the busiest rail services, Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC), said:"Faster trains and better services are attracting record numbers of people to the railways, but the flip...
Capacity, efficiency, safety - ATOC and Network Rail back 30-year Railway Technical Strategy
New technology that could boost the capacity of the network and allow operators to run more trains, more often, more efficiently have been unveiled this week.The Rail Technical Strategy (RTS), unveiled at the British Library thursday, maps out opportunities to transform the network over the next...
Train companies welcome progress in clamping down on metal theft
Following the progress through the House of Commons of the Scrap Metal Dealers Bill, Association of Train Operating Companies Chief Executive Michael Roberts said:  "People in communities across the country are suffering because of cable theft, whether through disruption to train journeys,...
ATOC appoints new Director of Policy
Nick Ellins has been appointed as the new Director of Policy at the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC).With more than 25 years’ service in the water industry, Nick joins ATOC with extensive experience spanning utility policy and research, UK and EU regulation, commercial business...
Families half term deals with National Rail
Families planning half-term fun can make double savings this autumn by taking the train, in a deal that gives cut-price entry to some of Britain’s top days out.Dozens of the country’s best-loved attractions, including big names such as London Zoo and Tower of London, are offering 2FOR1 entry...
ATOC reponds to the Transport Secretary's statement on the West Coast Mainline franchise
Responding to the Transport Secretary’s statement to the Commons on the Intercity West Coast franchise, a spokesperson for the Association of Train Operating Companies said:  “This provides passengers and the rail industry with a way forward for the Intercity West Coast...
Government's change in fares a positive move for passengers says ATOC
Responding to the announcement of a change to regulated fare rises in January 2013, a spokesman for the Association of Train Operating Companies said: “The government's change in policy is a positive move for passengers because it will mean lower than expected fare rises. All the extra...
Train companies respond to DfT franchising announcement
Responding to today’s DfT announcement, Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) said:“The discovery of significant flaws in the DfT’s franchising process is a cause of great concern. It is in the interests of passengers, taxpayers and the rail...
Making rail travel easier for passengers through integrated transport
Train companies are committed to making it easier for passengers to catch the train by improving links with other forms of transport, a spokesperson for the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) said.The remarks came after a successful ATOC Interchange and Integrated Transport...

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