Rail passenger services in London and the south east: a new approach
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Seeks views on proposals for a new working partnership for specifying and managing rail services in London and the south east.
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This prospectus contains a number of proposals for improving rail passenger services in London and the south east.
It is proposed that a new working partnership is formed to provide strategic direction for the specification and management of rail services. The partnership would consist of:
- Department for Transport
- Transport for London
It will work closely with local authorities, local enterprise partnerships and other local and regional bodies. This partnership has been proposed to provide:
- more frequent rail services
- better rail interchanges
- increased rail capacity
- greater reliability of rail services
- high standards of customer service
Transport Secretary and Mayor set out vision for rail travel across London and the south east press notice, 21 January 2016.