MPs scrutinise rail timetable changes

The Commons Transport Select Committee is calling for written evidence about the scale and impact of the May 2018 timetabling changes.

The Committee is keen to receive written evidence from passenger groups and industry stakeholders about what went wrong and how to put it right.

The Committee has already taken evidence from train operating companies and Network Rail on 18 June. On Monday 9 July the Committee took evidence from experts appointed to advise on the introduction of additional Thameslink Services. Evidence sessions with passenger watchdogs, the Department for Transport and others will be announced in due course.

The Committee is also planning further activities, including use of its social media accounts, to capture individual passengers' experiences, and how the timetable changes have affected their day to day lives.

The Committee is keen to receive written evidence from passenger groups and industry stakeholders about what went wrong and how to put it right.  You can find out more on the Transport Select Committee Webpage.

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