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Report published, Government response awaited
Read the report: Rail timetable changes: May 2018
Report: Rail timetable changes: May 2018 (easy read version) ( PDF 1.1 MB)
The Transport Committee questions train companies top representatives as part of its inquiry into rail timetable changes. The committee seeks to understand what went wrong, what the train companies and Network Rail are doing to resolve the current issues and how well they are prepared for the next timetable change in December.
Evidence given by Rt Hon Chris Grayling MP, Secretary of State for Transport, Ruth Hannant, Director General for Rail, Peter Wilkinson, Managing Director, Passenger Services, and Gary Bogan, Director, Rail North Partnership, Department for Transport; Professor Stephen Glaister CBE, Chair, Ian Prosser CBE, HM Chief Inspector of Railways and Director, Rail Safety, and Dan Brown, Director, Strategy and Policy, Office of Rail and Road
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Government responds to Committee’s report on Rail timetable changes