Is the railway timetable change on the right track for passengers? | Letters
Robert Nisbet of the UK’s Rail Delivery Group on the reasons for the changes, Jonathan Tyler on the problems they’ve created, and Simon Hurdley harks back to railway efficiencies of the past
Last Sunday saw the biggest timetable change in a generation, but your report (Passengers voice anger over timetable shake-up, Money, 19 May) is wrong – many will benefit from the change.
We know it is vital that the network keeps pace with demand. Through timetable changes over the next four years the industry will be able to run over 1,200 more services every weekday.
Source: Guardian Transport