Rail unions step up calls for renationalisation as figures reveal ScotRail’s failures

FEWER than half of ScotRail trains arrive on time across a third of Scotland’s stations, latest figures showed yesterday leading to calls for renationalisation.
According to data from ScotRail, covering the period April 30 to May 27, less than 50 per cent of services were on time at 22 stations across Scotland.
RMT Scotland organiser Mick Hogg accused ScotRail of “failing to deliver not only safe railway but a railway which is run to benefit people.”
He said RMT was calling for the renationalisation of the railways “because it makes logical and financial sense.”
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4 July 2017 in Art & Culture, Views: 49
Source: Morning Star
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