Last chance to have say on rail changes

Chiltern Railways passengers have until Friday to have their say about the train operator’s plans to overhaul its timetables in December.

For more details of the proposals for services from Banbury, Kings Sutton, Bicester North and Haddenham & Thame Parkway, click on the link.

The company’s customers can email their comments to timetableconsultation@chilternrailways.co.uk or post them to Timetable Consultation, Chiltern Railways, Banbury ICC, Merton Street, Banbury, OX16 4RN.

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7:05pm Wed 13 Jun 12

King Joke says...

Any chance they can put more am peak trains into Birmingham to try and releive the overcrowding with their colleagues at Cross Country? They're all part of the same group now.
Any chance they can put more am peak trains into Birmingham to try and releive the overcrowding with their colleagues at Cross Country? They're all part of the same group now. King Joke

7:09pm Wed 13 Jun 12

King Joke says...

Oops! I meant relieve.
Oops! I meant relieve. King Joke

7:45pm Wed 13 Jun 12

Andrew:Oxford says...

King Joke wrote:
Any chance they can put more am peak trains into Birmingham to try and releive the overcrowding with their colleagues at Cross Country? They're all part of the same group now.
That would be good.

An extra hourly service running from Oxford to Birmingham Moor Street would relieve the pressure a little.
[quote][p][bold]King Joke[/bold] wrote: Any chance they can put more am peak trains into Birmingham to try and releive the overcrowding with their colleagues at Cross Country? They're all part of the same group now.[/p][/quote]That would be good. An extra hourly service running from Oxford to Birmingham Moor Street would relieve the pressure a little. Andrew:Oxford

6:26am Thu 14 Jun 12

King Joke says...

Yes, and give us an alternative to Cross Country's atrocious product.
Yes, and give us an alternative to Cross Country's atrocious product. King Joke

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