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Passenger Focus Conference 2008

24 April 2008

Passenger Focus conference advert with departure board featuring names of speakers

The Passenger Focus Conference 2008 will be taking place on Thursday 24 April at The Wellcome Collection in Euston Road, London, a short walk from Kings Cross St. Pancras International and Euston stations.

The conference will start at 10am and finish at 4pm.

Speakers include: Ruth Kelly MP, Secretary of State for Transport; Iain Coucher, Chief Executive, Network Rail; Bob Holland, Managing Director, Arriva UK Rail; Elaine Holt, Managing Director, First Capital Connect; Andrew Haines, Chief Operating Officer, First Great Western and Anthony Smith, Chief Executive, Passenger Focus.

For more information follow the links below:
Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008 programme

Ruth Kelly MP’s speech to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008 panel questions

Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008 delegate list

Anthony Smith – presentation to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

Rail fares – moving beyond simplification – presentation by David Mapp to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

Improving stations through travel plans – presentation by Stephen Joseph to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

Stations Workshop – presentation by Alex Veitch to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

What passengers tell us about stations – presentation by Janet Cardell to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

More trains, longer trains – presentation by Dyan Crowther to Annual Conference

More trains, longer trains – getting more from the rail network – presentation by Ashwin Kumar to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

Rail fares – the passenger perspective – presentation by Mike Hewitson to Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

Interactive voting results from Passenger Focus Annual Conference 2008

 

Contact Details

Sophie Harris
0870 336 6000
24 April 2008
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