Commuters feel the strain of taking the train

Commuters feel the strain of taking the train
 

Passengers on Scotland's trains have been promised improvements but for many they can't come quick enough.
"Most weeks I'm standing probably 50% of the time," says Charles Kelly, who commutes from Dunblane to Edinburgh Park.
He says the trains are usually packed at rush-hour because there are not enough carriages.
Sometimes there are four carriages but on other occasions just two, he says.
"There have been occasions where people have fainted because it is so busy, so hot," Charles told the BBC Scotland documentary Mind the Gap: Are Scotland's Trains Fit for the 21st... read more

 
26 February 2018 in Regional, Views: 67
Source: BBC
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