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Christmas rail chaos unacceptable, transport secretary tells MPs
from: http://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2015/jan/05/christmas-rail-chaos-unacceptable-transport-mcloughlin-network-rail-disruptionChristmas rail chaos unacceptable, transport secretary tells MPsPatrick McLoughlin says National Rail completed most engineering work on time despite disruption...
Network Rail boss 'may take bonus' after disruption
29 December 2014 Last updated at 16:24 from: http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-30625925Network Rail boss 'may take bonus' after disruption Finsbury Park station was temporarily closed on Saturday following police advice Network Rail chief executive Mark Carne has told the BBC an...
Storm damage to Dawlish train line as major incident declared in the town
This picture shows Dawlish rail line this morning, with water rushing under the line cancelling all trains through the town.Houses were evacuated in Dawlish as the rail and track were washed away. Devon and Cornwall police have declared a major incident.30 metres of sea wall under the railway at...
Snow disruption in Englandfor roads and rail
 18 January 2013 Last updated at 07:28 from the BBC at http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-21061224.Disruption hits road and rail and schools close as snow falls Heavy snow has been reported in some parts of England this morning  Hundreds of schools have been closed as heavy snow...
ATOC claims passenger compensation has become "increasingly generous and easy to apply for"
Responding to union claims over passenger compensation paid out by train companies, a spokesperson for the Association of Train Operating Companies said: “This claim demonstrates a profound misunderstanding of how the railway works. Under a system regulated by the Office of Rail Regulation,...
Train companies respond to ORR's proposed licence change on passenger information
Responding to the ORR’s proposed licence change on passenger information, Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) said:“Significant progress has been made in recent years and the industry is investing millions of pounds to provide better, more...
Train companies respond to report into rail passengers' needs during unplanned disruption
In response to Passenger Focus’s report into rail passengers’ needs during unplanned disruption, a spokesperson for the Association of Train Operating Companies said:“We understand passengers’ frustration where there is disruption and appreciate that they want concise, relevant and up to...
Network Rail comment on disruption to train services on 9th June
Robin Gisby, Network Rail’s managing director of network operations said: “There was an attempted cable theft at a substation at Farnborough last night which resulted in a complete loss of the signalling in the Farnborough and Woking area. This resulted in a very difficult journey and a lot...
South West Trains apologises for a bad week
"I would like to sincerely apologise for the level of disruption many of youwould have experienced throughout the past week.A major signalling problem in the Weybridge area on Monday resulted insevere disruption.A fatality at Mortlake, a line closure due to a damaged bridge and an illpassenger on...
Commuters hit by railway death
 Commuters hit by railway death By Alan Jones, PA Thursday, 7 April 2011  window.google_render_ad();  A leading rail firm issued apologies today to tens of thousands of commuters after a death at a station disrupted services for more than 12 hours. South...

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