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Go-Ahead Group announces resignation of Chief Executive Officer of Govia Thameslink Railway


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Go-Ahead Group announces resignation of Chief Executive Officer of Govia Thameslink Railway
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date
15 Jun 2018
source Go-Ahead Group
type Press release



The Go-Ahead Group plc (GOG) today announces that Charles Horton, Chief Executive Officer of Govia Thameslink Railway, has tendered his resignation.

He will remain in his post for a short period to oversee the development of a temporary timetable to address recent disruption to services. His successor will be announced in due course.

David Brown, Group Chief Executive of Go-Ahead, said: “I would like to thank Charles for his hard work with Govia for the past 15 years. Under often challenging conditions, he has built a team to deliver the largest railway change programme for decades, on a franchise that is not only the UK's biggest, but which has also has seen the highest passenger growth.

“We are committed to working with the Department for Transport and Network Rail to address recent problems and to deliver a reliable, punctual service for passengers.”

Charles Horton said “I recognise that passengers have been hugely frustrated at the significant disruption caused by the introduction of new timetables. It is the right time to hand leadership of GTR to a new pair of hands. I am immensely proud of my team and I would like to thank my 7,000 colleagues at GTR for all their hard work over the past four years.”

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