Govia Thameslink has axed its rail replacement buses after improvements in reliability.
“Dangerous” – that was the word used in a conversation between two members of Great Northern rail staff amid overcrowding at Hitchin this morning, commuters have said.
Hitchin has the sixth-worst rail service in the country – that’s according to new data ranking the performance of the UK’s stations in the past month.
The chief executive of troubled rail firm Govia Thameslink, which operates the Great Northern and Thameslink lines, has resigned.
Even Great Northern’s drivers have had enough of the controversial new timetable – that’s if one railwayman’s apology to commuters this morning is anything to go by.
There may be a light at the end of the tunnel for rail passengers, as Govia Thameslink has introduced an interim timetable and have news about when the original May timetable should be running smoothly.
Train passangers in Letchworth and Royston will be affected by engineering work this bank holiday weekend.
There are currently delays on the Great Northern line due to signal failure between Hitchin and Cambridge.
Two rail user groups serving North Herts say overall they are “pleased” with changes made to the new Great Northern train timetable, which was released to them yesterday.
All lines going through Stevenage railway station are blocked after a person was hit by a train this morning.
Rail services are running at a reduced speed through North Herts after a vehicle struck a bridge near Hitchin railway station.
Commuters across Crow country faced the headache of train fare hikes of an average of 3.4 per cent on their tickets as they boarded trains on the first working day of the new year.