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Old July 2nd, 2011, 02:08 AM   #881
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Didn't find anything on that but people aren't usually happy with their commuting as we all know it.
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First Hull Trains ranked 1st in the UK for customer satisfaction

Yorkshire-based open access train operating company First Hull Trains, which runs 14 direct daily trains between Hull and London, is officially amongst the very best in the country when it comes to customer satisfaction, an independent survey has revealed.

The spring 2011 National Passenger Survey (NPS) ranks the award-winning train operator joint first with Heathrow Express when it comes to customer satisfaction – with 95% of passengers stating they were satisfied with the overall service.

The result represents a 2% improvement in customer satisfaction for Hull Trains since last Autumn and is the highest level that they have achieved at any time since the company, which is headquartered in Hull, first participated in the independent survey. Out of 22 passenger train operating companies that took part in the survey, First Hull Trains has topped the table for the very first time and new managing director Cath Bellamy is delighted.

The results from the survey rate the company’s services against strict criteria measured by Passenger Focus, the independent consumer watchdog for Britain’s rail passengers.

Cath Bellamy said: “We are absolutely thrilled that our customers have rated us so highly in this independent assessment of the services we offer. It is a tribute to the hard work and dedication of the wonderful team at First Hull Trains that people think so highly of us and the services we deliver.

“I would like to say a big thank you to my team for their hard work every day and to our customers for their loyal support. That being said, we are not complacent and we will continue to work really hard to do things even better. Despite this shining result, we know we don’t get it right all the time.

“We remain firmly committed to doing the right thing for the people and communities we serve and providing a railway service that everyone can feel proud of. We are over the moon with this response and I would like to say a big thank you to everyone concerned.”

In January 2011, First Hull Trains introduced four fully refurbished trains having spent around £2.5m on an interior and exterior refurbishment in response to customer feedback.

In recent weeks the company has also introduced free, unlimited, WiFi, a brand new healthy options seasonal menus and a new timetable offering quicker journeys.
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Incidentally, First Hull is an open-access carrier operating with far greater freedom, without the gov't mingling with its business.
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Rail Minister Theresa Villiers to mark £150m investment in stations

A multi-million pound project that has seen major improvements made to train stations across England and Wales is being celebrated this week. Minister of State for Transport the Rt Hon Theresa Villiers MP will be guest of honour at an event at Warrington Central, the 150th station to benefit from the National Stations Improvement Programme (NSIP).

Since it was launched two years ago with £150m of Government funding, the cross-industry programme has brought better stations to hundreds of thousands of passengers.

To date, £61m of the £150m has been spent, meaning many more stations will see improvements in the next few years.

Projects include:

- Better accessibility, with more ramps and Disability Discrimination Act (DDA)-compliant facilities

- Better customer information screens

- Refurbished ticket offices and booking halls

- Installation of CCTV to improve security

- New public toilets, cafes and waiting rooms

On Thursday 7th July, Ms Villiers will officially unveil the work completed at Warrington Central under NSIP.

Led by First TransPennine Express, the train company which manages the station, the improvements mean passengers can now enjoy a new station entrance and refurbished station interior, including DDA-compliant windows.

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Incidentally, First Hull is an open-access carrier operating with far greater freedom, without the gov't mingling with its business.
Your point being? Isn't that true for more or less all British operators? Hence, 1st in customer satisfaction in the UK doesn't allow comparisions to operators in other countries.
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Your point being? Isn't that true for more or less all British operators? Hence, 1st in customer satisfaction in the UK doesn't allow comparisions to operators in other countries.
Sure. We need to wait for results of other open access train carriers like NTV in Italy.
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Isn't that true for more or less all British operators?
No - almost all other TOCs have required service levels and are very centrally controlled as to timetable, stock used and so on (though they can run additional services using open access rules). Open access providers simply buy train paths off Network Rail, hire trains and then run them.

When was the last time a normal TOC won this? didn't the now defunct Wrexham & Shropshire get it last year?
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Your point being? <snip sentence quoted above> Hence, 1st in customer satisfaction in the UK doesn't allow comparisions to operators in other countries.
I'm not certain about Suburbanist's point, but it probably has to do with free-market services that don't depend on Government are nicer to use as they don't have monopolies and rely solely on the passengers for income, rather than subsidy (though it's worth pointing out that several TOCs pay - and pay a lot - to run the centrally demanded services) meaning they have to have good customer satisfaction as the customers is where the money comes from.

With more certainty I can say that he wasn't comparing with any TOC outside the UK - only you have suggested that 1st in Customer Service in the UK might be used to make comparisons with outside the UK.
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Also having read that it seems unlikely that the government has any real bearing on most aspects of service covered by that survey within DfT franchised operators. Are the operators not largely responsible for decisions regarding things like wifi, refurbs, food menus (not to mention other things like staff)? Admittedly I've no idea where rolling stock companies come into play etc, the system here is so complex. Many DfT franchises have done similar things to those I mentioned of course.

If we're talking about the free market vs state involvement perhaps we could talk about the 60% increase in London bus patronage in the last ten years versus the steady, constant decline seen both overall in the rest of the UK, and in the vast majority of individual areas including the other large conurbations.
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Rail punctuality at 92.8% in June

Punctuality on the railways reached 92.8% during June, according to monthly performance data released today by Network Rail.

The data for Britain’s train services covers the period from 29 May to 25 June 2011. This compares with 93.0% for the same period last year. The moving annual average (train punctuality over the past 12 months) is now at 90.8%.

The best performing train operator was c2c who ran 97.3% of their services on time, up from 97.0% for the same period last year.

The worst performing was Virgin Trains who ran 87.9% of trains on time, down from 90.4% for the same time last year.

Other operators who performed well include Chiltern Railways (96.3%), Merseyrail (96.7%) and London Overground (96.8%).
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New international rail ticket travel desk at Leicester station

East Midlands Trains today launched a new international travel desk at Leicester station, giving passengers the chance to buy rail tickets for Europe and many other destinations worldwide.

The new Trainseurope facility will sell Eurostar tickets, as well as tickets to and within most European countries, including Ireland, Portugal and Greece, plus the Baltic states of Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania. More adventurous travellers can get tickets for rail travel in the United States, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, Japan, India, South Africa, Egypt and Russia, including travel on some of the luxurious train services such as the Rocky Mountaineer from Vancouver.

Trainseurope was set up in 1986 to meet the increasing demand for foreign rail travel and is also a specialist in worldwide hotel bookings and car hire. East Midlands Trains ticket office staff at Leicester have been trained by Trainseurope to sell its full range of tickets, following the success of a similar facility at London St Pancras International.

Gareth Leslie, East Midlands Trains Route Manager for Leicester, said: “The international ticket desk at London St Pancras has been a great success and we are delighted to be offering similar facility at Leicester station where passengers can simply walk in and book.

“Our specially trained staff can provide a wealth of advice and book tickets for just about any rail journey in the world, from a simple multi-country ticket to the most complex itinerary in far-away countries, and even hotels or car rental. With our prime position in Leicester station, we’re ideally placed to become a reference for rail travel and to provide these fantastic new services for passengers.”

Trainseurope Managing Director Vic Allen said: “We are delighted to be working with East Midlands Trains to create seamless European rail travel from what will effectively be a ‘one-stop shop’ providing tickets for a passenger’s entire journey.”

The new range of tickets, which will be sold in addition to the existing East Midlands Trains ticket range, will be available from Mondays to Fridays at the new dedicated international ticket desk 1 in the main concourse.
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MP wants direct trains from Carnforth to London

The Government has been urged to allow trains to stop at the Lancashire railway station made famous by Brief Encounter. Tory David Morris said Carnforth Station should be included on the West Coast mainline route to boost the local economy.

The historic station was made famous in the 1945 romantic classic starring Celia Johnson and Trevor Howard. Its mainline platforms were closed and removed in 1970 prior to electrification of the West Coast Main Line and the station gradually fell into disrepair.

But the local community pulled together to restore it and the Brief Encounter Refreshment Room and Visitor Centre was opened in 2003.

In a short Commons debate, Mr Morris (Morecambe and Lunesdale) said stations like Carnforth could be added to the main line if high speed rail was brought to northern England.

He promised that local residents would not become a "begging bowl" for public money. "We will raise our own funds for our project - that is unheard of but we can do this," he said. "We've already rebuilt the station from a shell and we can relay the platforms."

Junior transport minister Norman Baker said it was vital to consider whether a stop at Carnforth would work "operationally and commercially".
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Amey awarded 5 rail signalling contracts across UK

Network Rail has awarded Amey five rail signalling contracts worth a total of £37 million, as part of a major investment scheme to increase the capacity, reliability and safety of the rail system.

Amey has secured contracts in Yorkshire, Nottingham, Tameside, London and Devon because of its ‘ability to deliver integrated services’ – from detailed design, installations, through to testing and commissioning. This includes expertise in managing the planning and programming of possessions as well as installing new technology.

This new work symbolises a step change in Amey’s signalling portfolio and complements its existing national rail contracts – including the Multi Asset Framework Agreements (MAFA).

Steve Withers, Managing Director of Amey’s Inter Urban division, said: “Amey is winning a significant amount of rail signalling work because we provide fully integrated solutions which helps to generate efficiencies. Amey is now a leading national provider of signalling schemes to Network Rail. We look forward to working collaboratively with our customer on these schemes, which form part of a major programme to improve the safety and reliability of the network.”

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Rail revenue sees growth at FirstGroup

FirstGroup has provided an update on trading as part of its preliminary results announcement on 11 May 2011.Since then overall trading for the Group, during the first quarter of the new financial year, has developed in line with management’s expectations. The company’s UK rail sector has seen strong growth with ‘like for like passenger revenue growth of 8.5%’.

FirstGroup say the increased demand for rail services has continued during this quarter, leading to good volume growth across all of their franchises.

The Group say they ‘remain focused’ on retaining their leadership position in rail and continue to take an active role in shaping the future of the UK’s railways including through the newly established Rail Delivery Group. Discussions with the DfT on the proposal to extend the First TransPennine Express franchise are also continuing, the company said.

Tim O’Toole, Chief Executive commented: “I am pleased to report trading during Q1 of the new financial year is in line with our expectations. We are encouraged by improving trends in UK Rail and Greyhound and the continued steady performance in UK Bus and First Transit.

“We will continue to build on our record of strong cash generation and are targeting a net cash inflow of £150m in 2011/12. The Board is committed to its key priorities of increased cash generation to support capital investment, debt reduction and dividend growth of at least 7% per annum.”
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Bristol to London rail line set to be best in UK

Train passengers in Bristol could reach London Paddington in one hour 20 minutes within five years after Transport Secretary Philip Hammond officially launched a project to make the Great Western Main Line the best in the UK.

Speaking at the launch in London yesterday, Network Rail Chief Executive David Higgins said the £5bn investment in electrification and resignalling and the procurement of new trains would make the route ‘the most advanced inter-city railway in Britain’, providing capacity to cater for a predicted 51% increase in passengers over the next 30 years.

“The case for developing the Great Western Main Line into a railway for the 21st century is above all an economic one,” said Mr Hammond. "The transformational 10-year programme that Network Rail is leading will do more than help to meet projected demand for increased passenger and freight journeys; it will deliver a long-term boost to the economies of Wales and the South West.”

Apart from the remodelling of the key junction at Reading which is already underway, work will begin with renewal of the signalling between London and Bristol by end of 2011, making the infrastructure ready for electrification. Electrification will pave the way for the introduction of about 70 new Super Express Trains.

Meanwhile, Mark Hopwood, the managing director of First Great Western, confirmed talks were under way about revamping Brunel’s Temple Meads station. Speaking to the Bristol Evening Post, he said: “We are talking about increasing the number of services between Bristol and London from two to four every hour and getting rid of the need for passengers to stand on our trains.

“Temple Meads is a lovely station but once these improvements are introduced we are talking about a large increase in passenger numbers. We will have to make improvements to the station in terms of access and also a general refurbishment. The scale of this work means that it is going to be challenging time for everyone involved but it is a challenge worth fighting for.”
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Rail services resume as Arnside Viaduct reopens

Arnside Viaduct reopened on schedule this morning after a 16-week closure during which Network Rail completely rebuilt the deck of the 155 year old structure.

Jo Kaye, Network Rail’s route director, said passengers are now reaping the benefits of the work: “The first thing regular passengers will notice is how quiet the ride is over the viaduct compared with before. We have taken away the old jointed track and replaced it with continuous rails. Not only is this quieter but it is also makes the ride over the viaduct a lot smoother. In due course we will be doubling the speed of trains over the viaduct which could lead to reduced journey times in future timetables.”

Site compounds were set up at either end of the viaduct, which closed at the end of March. Old material was taken away in the Grange direction and the new decks brought in from the Arnside compound. Working on one line at a time, the railway tracks were removed to expose the viaduct decks, which were cut into sections, lifted out by special road/rail machines and taken away to the Grange compound.

Special gantry cranes were then erected which moved along the viaduct lifting the new deck units into position before base plates were bolted in place to take the new continuously welded track.

The type of base plates and track used mean a quieter, smoother ride for passengers and less maintenance for both Network Rail and train operators. Having completed the line towards Barrow, the process was reversed to renew the viaduct in the Carnforth and Lancaster direction.

The 30 mph speed restriction is due to be removed after a settling in period, and the speed of trains over the viaduct is expected to be increased to 60 mph in the New Year.
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A new 125mph Pendolino train, which will enter service next week, has been formally handed over to Virgin Trains by train builder Alstom. Leased by Virgin Trains from rolling stock owner Angel Trains, the train will enter service next week.

Virgin Trains’ Chief Operating Officer Chris Gibb accepted the train from Alstom Transport UK Managing Director, Paul Robinson and Malcolm Brown, Angel Trains’ Chief Executive, at Alstom’s Edge Hill Traincare Centre in Liverpool on 12 July.

The new train has undergone extensive testing over the last few months and will now be used to boost capacity of the busy West Coast Main Line, where passenger numbers have doubled to over 28 million in the past six years alone – making it the fastest growing franchise.

Its use on the West Coast Main Line is a result of close co-operation between Virgin Trains and the Department for Transport. The agreement means that the 439-seat train will run on Virgin Trains’ busiest routes, and enable more capacity to be provided on other routes.

The new train will allow additional seats to be provided on the busy Birmingham-Scotland and London-Glasgow routes, which have seen growth of more than 30% in the last two years. It will provide 183 more seats than are currently available on the Super Voyagers that serve the Birmingham-Scotland route.

A five-carriage Super Voyager will then be transferred to services between London and North Wales, meaning that some of the busiest trains on the route will now have ten carriages.

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The redevelopment of Birmingham New Street will take another step forward next week as engineers start preparatory work to create the redeveloped station’s stunning stainless steel façade.

Designed to reflect the movement of the city and the station, the 16,000 metre façade will be installed from early 2012 onwards and is featured in a new animated fly through film released today for the first time.

Chris Montgomery, project director for Network Rail said: “The new façade will turn the redeveloped New Street station into an instantly recognisable landmark for Birmingham and the West Midlands when it is complete in 2015. In the meantime, we have a huge engineering challenge to safely install the steel onto the station building and we’ll be working closely with our partners to minimise any disruption to people and businesses in the city.”

Mike Whitby, leader of Birmingham City Council, said: “With work beginning on the cladding, now we really are starting to move forward to a phase of the project which will be highly visible, and should instil a real sense of confidence and pride throughout the city at the transformational changes which are taking place.”

The first section to be clad will be the north face of the station building along Stephenson Street, and a half road closure will come into operation on Monday 25 July 2011 to allow preparatory work to be carried out safely.

The work will take place in three phases:

- Removing sections of the existing concrete panels on the station building to survey and establish fixing points for the facade

- Supporting structural steel work is then attached to the building
Finally, the stainless steel cladding will be attached to the supporting steelwork.

- While Stephenson Street will remain open to traffic, the half road closure means that three bus stops on Stephenson St will close on Sunday 24 July.

Centro has been working to make sure bus passengers are kept informed of how these changes affect their journeys. The 35, 45, 47, 61, 63, 80 services will instead stop a few yards away at the nearest existing bus stop in Navigation Street. Those catching the 81, 82, 87, 89, 120, 127 and 128 services should use the existing stops for these services in either Corporation Street or Hill Street.
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One millionth passenger for the Maritime Line

The Maritime Line between Truro and Falmouth has carried its millionth passenger since the train service was doubled in May 2009. The million journeys made between mid May 2009 and now, contrasts with the 579,081 journeys made in the two years prior to the service improvement, a increase of around 60%.

2011 has already seen 18.6% more journeys than last year with over a quarter of a million (256,407) made between January and the end of June.

The doubling of the train service was made possible thanks to a Cornwall Council led scheme costing £7.8m, which included £4.67m from ERDF (European Regional Development Fund) Convergence, £2.50m from Cornwall Council and £600,000 from Network Rail.

Penryn station was completely rebuilt and the new passing loop and associated signalling installed to allow trains to run every 30 minutes which they do throughout the day, Monday to Saturday, with hourly trains on Sundays.
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