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Scrapping Preston Park trains was based on flawed ticket sales data, rail bosses admit

Timetable revisions which have seen train services slashed at Preston Park were based on flawed ticket sales data rather than people actually catching trains, rail bosses have admitted. Govia..
Brighton and Hove News

Millions of pounds in compensation to be dished out to Govia Thameslink Railway customers

millions of pounds in compensation to be dished out to govia thameslink railway customers
The FTSE 250 listed operator of the train companies, Go-Ahead, confirmed it will be writing to the tens of thousands of customers affected by the bungled changes.
MailOnline Also reported by •thisismoney.co.uk

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The rail industry believed "until the last moment" that it could successfully introduce the new timetables that have led to major disruption, Transport Secretary Chris Grayling said. He accepted people..

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‘Horrendous’ train delays as timetables amended [Video]‘Horrendous’ train delays as timetables amended

Rail passengers complained about “horrendous” journeys into London today after Govia Thameslink Railway rolled out amended timetables across Great Northern and Thameslink services today following..

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Go-Ahead: Southern Railway and Thameslink operator's share price soars despite rail timetable chaos

Rail operator says it expects to pay millions in compensation to passengers hit with delays and cancellations - but profits rise 6.5%
Independent

Profits up at Thameslink owner despite train timetable chaos

Go Ahead’s earnings rise 6.5% in year when passengers suffered thousands of rail cancellations
FT.com

Businesses' fears over Brighton Main Line Improvement rail work

HOTELIERS and other business owners are demanding that Network Rail and Govia Thameslink minimise the impact of rail disruptions over the next nine months.
The Argus

Croydon commuters offered compensation following timetable chaos

Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) has begun to contact qualifying season ticket holders to notify them of how much money they are entitled to
Croydon Advertiser

Column: Be careful what you wish for, train commuters

BE CAREFUL what you wish for when you want Govia Thameslink to be stripped of its rail franchise in the south.
The Argus

Letter: Denigrating homeless is just counter-productive

IN SUPPORTING Johnbosco’s excellent and inspirational analysis of issues around giving to Brighton and Hove’s beggars and the Govia Thameslink reaction, one implied truth is worth making explicit.
The Argus

Govia Thameslink: Expected 2019 fare rise branded 'unacceptable'

govia thameslink: expected 2019 fare rise branded 'unacceptable'
BBC Local News: Beds, Herts and Bucks -- Rail user groups say January's anticipated rise in ticket prices is a "kick in the teeth".
BBC Local News

Govia Thameslink urged to remove Brighton 'anti-poor notice'

govia thameslink urged to remove brighton 'anti-poor notice'
BBC Local News: Sussex -- Nearly 450 people have signed a petition calling the sign at Brighton station "a blot on our city".
BBC Local News Also reported by •BBC News

Comment: Govia is right to ask commuters not to give beggars cash

CRITICISING railway companies, Southern and Govia Thameslink in particular, has become the most popular participatory sport in England, often for good reasons, including “forgetting” that Preston..
The Argus

Petition calls for Govia to remove ‘anti-poor’ notice

A PETITION has been started to demand Govia Thameslink Railway remove a notice which asks commuters not to give money to beggars.
The Argus

Train fares to rise - but trust in rail is falling

train fares to rise - but trust in rail is falling
Train fares are expected to rise by 3.5 per cent from January - as trust in rail companies has fallen following the chaotic timetable shift earlier this year.  Economists are predicting that the..
City A.M.

Commuters are asked not to give money to beggars at Brighton Station

COMMUTERS have labelled Govia Thameslink Railway “inhumane” over a notice which asked passengers not to give money to beggars.
The Argus

Now police admit they did shut Brighton station gates on Pride crowds

After their initial denials, Sussex Police and the British Transport Police this afternoon admitted that they shut the Brighton station gates on the crowds trying to travel home from Pride. As a..
Brighton and Hove News

Police and train company blame each other for post-Pride chaos at Brighton station

The police and train company Govia Thameslink Railway appeared to blame each other today for the chaos at Brighton station as thousands of people tried to make their way home from Pride. GTR said that..
Brighton and Hove News

Tweets with hashtag #thameslinkfail soared by 12,000 per cent this year

tweets with hashtag #thameslinkfail soared by 12,000 per cent this year
Throughout the May rail timetable shambles and in its aftermath – which is still being felt – Twitter and Google lent a helping hand as the perfect outlet for passengers to vent their..
City A.M.

Trains get a makeover for Pride weekend

GOVIA Thameslink Railway has rebranded a dozen Southern trains with the colours of the rainbow to support Pride.
The Argus

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