South West Trains passengers can now access improved information about their train journey, following the launch of a new online ‘Rainbow Board’ which offers an at-a-glance summary of how the South West Trains’ network is running.
Passengers using Farnborough railway station are now benefitting from the completion of the £550,000 upgrade of the stations facilities.
Train operator South West Trains will be carried out its first ‘Tweet the Manager’ session last week.
Work has started on a multi-million-pound investment in a key part of the South West Trains fleet and a new state-of-the-art paint shop that will boost the regional economy, create jobs and improve accessibility for passengers with disabilities.
With less than a week to go until the start of the London 2012 Paralympic Games, South West Trains is reminding people to plan their train travel and take advantage of the special rail fares still on offer.
Passengers using Waterloo station will notice that announcements are clearer and easier to hear than ever before, following a multi-million pound investment in a new, state-of-the art public address system for the station.
South West Trains confirmed that it will run a full service during the London 2012 games despite an overtime ban announced today by the RMT union.
South West Trains welcomed confirmation that RMT members had voted against taking a strike during the London 2012 Games.
Network Rail and South West Trains have today expressed disappointment at hearing the proposed redevelopment of Twickenham station will be delayed.
South West Trains passengers are to get the chance to view the torches being carried by two of the company’s employees during the official torch relay.
Rail Minister Theresa Villiers visited Basingstoke signalling centre to meet staff from the South West Trains/Network Rail alliance.