Ministers told to 'get a grip' on rail franchises as passengers 'badly let down'



MPs have strongly attacked the Government's handling of rail franchises, saying passengers have been "badly let down".
The Transport Select Committee highlighted the "woeful experience" of travellers on Southern Railway, whose services have been disrupted for months because of industrial action, staff shortages and other problems.
Ministers were urged to "get a grip" on monitoring rail franchise agreements, adding that the current method of measuring operator performance, the Public Performance Measure, should be abandoned and replaced with a performance... read more

 
14 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 29
Source: Belper News
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