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Silverrail partners with SNCF
25 Jul 2017
Survey finds that Southern ranks at the bottom of satisfaction rankings
Great Western train
11 May 2017
Leaked draft manifesto also reveals plans to freeze fares and offer free wifi
Great Western train
27 Oct 2016
Commuter misery may dominate the headlines but it’s not all bad news
24 Oct 2016
Rail organisations adopting single name
18 Jul 2016
Global OTA strikes deal with Silver Rail
29 Sep 2015
Train operating association outlines new commercial arrangements
13 Jan 2014
The technology firm’s rail director updates BBT on plans to create a “GDS for Rail”
East Coast Trains joins GTMC
15 Jun 2013
How far down the track is the seamlessly integrated rail booking that buyers want? Dave Richardson investigates
9 May 2013
Government confirms intention to press ahead with controversial train line during Queen’s speech
29 Apr 2013
Train operators use flexible discounting tactics to attract more passengers
28 Nov 2012
Tech firm will integrate all of UK's main railways into new distribution project
21 May 2012
Rail is upping its game as a vital part of corporate travel programmes, as buyers demand ever more sophisticated booking and ticketing solutions
17 Oct 2011
Train companies expect the number of journeys completed by train in the UK to reach more than 1.3 billion by the end of the year
24 May 2011
ATOC claims TARIF scheme cheaper than bonding
1 Jun 2010
Dave Richardson traces the evolution of the train e-ticket
1 Feb 2010
Air travel has taken a bit of a beating of late, but train travel is on the up. Dave Richardson looks at what deals buyers can expect in the coming year
1 Feb 2009
With airlines feeling the pinch, focus is increasingly falling on train travel says Dave Richardson, reporting on the UK's rail renaissance
10 Dec 2008
HRG calls for end to unfair ‘anytime ticket' pricing
1 Jun 2008
In today's growing rail market there's more choice than ever when booking fares, says Dave Richardson
14 Mar 2008
Almost 800,000 incidents of rail trouble caused passengers 14m minutes of delay - or approximately 230,000h - costing them £1bn ”minimum” in terms of lost time in 2006-7, according to the National Audit Office (NAO).