Train travellers who forget to carry Railcards with their discount tickets and end up paying more will be given the chance to claim the money back.
Britain’s rail companies have unveiled plans to run over 6,400 more passenger trains every week by 2021, running to more places more often, creating new opportunities and supporting jobs.
Thousands of new, state of the art trains will be rolling off production lines over the next 30 years, rail industry leaders have forecast.
Minister for Exiting the EU David Jones and Minister for Rail, Paul Maynard attended a roundtable with rail industry leaders, to hear their views on the Brexit negotiations.
- Britain’s railway must lead change, urges industry chief
- HS2 Bill receives Royal Assent - Rail Delivery Group comment
- How does Britain's railway really compare with its European counterparts?
- Rail companies set out blueprint for age of the digital train