In this issue of WMT Business Update: • May timetable successfully introduced • Rail Minister Andrew Jones comes on board the first electric passenger service on the Chase Line • Class 230s enter service on the Marston Vale Line • Cross City Heroes announced
Documents • Apr 11, 2019 09:30 BST
The presentation given to stakeholders at our Stakeholder Conference and Transport Integration Forum on Tuesday 9 April 2019.
In this issue: • Passengers to benefit from a range of timetable improvements being introduced in May • Stepping up revenue protection activities across our network • Staff donate old uniforms to The Salvation Army • West Midlands Mayor praises the work of station adopters and volunteers
In this issue: • We are one – what we have achieved in our first 12 months and our plans for the future • Introducing West Midlands Stations Alliance • Lost property charges dropped • We’re searching for you Cross City Heroes • London Northwestern Railway operates most reliable electric trains
Documents • Jan 04, 2019 14:31 GMT
Community Rail is an important element to the West Midlands Trains franchise and is at the heart of the London Northwestern Railway Customer Experience Directorate. We have three extremely engaged and active award-winning Community Rail Partnerships, as well as 26 station adoption groups. This report looks back on the first year of this franchise and documents the progress which has been made.
West Midlands Trains Business Update is our new bi-monthly stakeholder newsletter. In this issue: • An update on the introduction of the Class 230s on the Marston Vale Line. • Work begins on the new Wolverhampton interchange • Open days inspire the next generation • BBC Music Day comes to stations across our network • Introducing our news head of stakeholders and community
Documents • Mar 16, 2018 12:37 GMT
Slides from the London Northwestern Railway stakeholder briefing Spring 2018 can be found here