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Timetable crisis: watchdog sets out long-term issues for regulator to tackle

It’s vital that the rail industry tackles the underlying issues causing late publication of timetables, whether the twice-yearly permanent changes or short-term alterations required because of engineering works. We’ve submitted evidence to the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) Glaister Inquiry – you can see what we’ve said here. Following the ORR’s update on the ‘T-12’ Investigation and the Inquiry last week, we’ve written to the ORR setting out the issues we’d like to see tackled in the recommendations it makes. You can read our letter below.

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