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2009-05-05 ATO-001


Train companies want to move faster to improve stations

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Train companies want to move faster to improve stations

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5 May 2009 
source ATOC
type Press release

Commenting on Lord Adonis’ announcement today on station improvements, Michael Roberts, Chief Executive of the Association of Train Operating Companies, said:
“Train companies are keen to move faster on initiatives to improve stations and have been calling for quicker procedures to approve projects. We have also recently put proposals to the Department for Transport to bring forward further improvements, such as much-needed extra car parking space at over 60 stations.
“We very much look forward to the Ministerial initiative being announced today giving a boost to such ideas and enabling operators to deliver the passenger improvements we want to make more quickly.
“Existing commitments include a £150 million programme to introduce better passenger facilities (such as better toilets, waiting rooms and retail facilities) in at least 150 stations across England and Wales.
“These measures will build on the work train companies have already undertaken. Over the past five years, Passenger Focus’ National Passenger Survey has shown steady improvements in people’s satisfaction in such areas as the overall environment of stations, their cleanliness and the upkeep of buildings and platforms.”
For further information, please contact the ATOC Press Office on 020 7841 8020
Notes to Editors

About ATOC
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, National Rail Enquiries, Railcard marketing, staff travel arrangements, international products and travel agent licensing.

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