Southern disruption: A month's travel repaid as compensation

Southern disruption: A month's travel repaid as compensation
 

Rail passengers hit by long-running disruption on the Southern network are to be repaid the equivalent of a month's travel, the government and rail operator have announced.
Payments will be made to eligible customers under a new compensation scheme to go live in January.
The Department for Transport said it would be a one-off compensation payment to season ticket holders.
Govia Thameslink apologised for "many months of disruption and misery".
Annual season ticket holders will receive a payment equivalent to one month's travel with quarterly, monthly and weekly season ticket... read more

 
2 December 2016 in Regional, Views: 34
Source: BBC
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