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Better Train Services For Salford Crescent

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Overcrowding is becoming an increasingly serious issue on UK rail services. Some of the worst hit lines in the North-West travel to and through, Salford Crescent (UK). Passenger numbers have dramatically increased over recent years but this has not been matched by a sufficient increase in the number of carriages. This is despite annual fare rises over and above the rate of inflation and enforcing of ticket collection.

We would like carriages that become available from electrification to be added to the worst affected lines in the North-West to ease overcrowding. We also support any further improvements that can be made to punctuality and passenger well-being which is currently lacking in some areas.

We also have aFacebook groupand there is a Twitter Hashtag of #btssc

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FACEBOOK GROUP | TWITTER #BTSSC


  • ian Brown
    ian Brown United Kingdom, Bolton
    Dec 13, 2013
    Dec 13, 2013
    Its beyond appalling
  • Paul Madley
    Paul Madley United Kingdom, Manchester
    Nov 27, 2013
    Nov 27, 2013
    Stop lying to us by claiming passenger satisfaction is higher than ever!
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