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Offline Otto

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COMMENT: The British government knows the system is a shambles Ė but refuses to admit that rail privatisation has failed, John Stittle writes.

Published by Rail Express, July 11, 2016

"You can only pity the exasperated train commuter waiting for a Southern Railways service to arrive at Clapham Junction station. Passengers have suffered from interminable delays, last-minute cancellations and gross over-crowding of services. So horrendous is Southernís service that it was recently voted as having the worse overall levels of passenger satisfaction in Britain."

full article,
https://www.railexpress.com.au/chaos-on-southern-trains-a-symptom-of-britains-rotten-privatised-railway-industry/


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Offline BrizCommuter

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Another great article:
http://www.londonreconnections.com/2016/railway-roulette/

 

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