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2004-01-19 ATO-001


ATOC response To Alistair Darling’s announcement in the House of Commons

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ATOC response To Alistair Darling’s announcement in the House of Commons

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19 January 2004
source ATOC
type Press release

George Muir, Director General of the Association of Train Operating Companies said:

“We are glad to see that the Government recognises the contribution that the train operating companies have made to improve Britain’s railway, bringing new investment, technology and innovation to help change rail travel for the better.”

“We are ready to work with the Government in their review. Punctuality is key for passengers and train operating companies will go out of their way to help.”
“Meanwhile, we must all continue to focus on our day jobs – carrying more than 2 million people a day across the rail network”.


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The Association of Train Operating Companies (ATOC) is the official voice for the passenger rail industry – representing train companies to the government and other opinion formers on transport policy issues. Britain’s train operators are working together to change rail travel for the better.
ATOC manages many joint activities for train operators including revenue allocation and settlement, impartial retailing, the National Rail Enquiry Service (NRES), Railcard marketing, staff travel arrangements, international products and travel agent licensing.

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