New train timetable introduced

Essex County Standard: New train timetable introduced New train timetable introduced

A NEW train timetable has been introduced for the region.
 

Beginning yesterday changes include alterations between Marks Tey and Sudbury, Witham and Braintree and some changing departure times for trains running from London to Clacton or Ipswich.

Customers are advised to check their travel details in advance.
 

The new timetable is available online at www.greateranglia.co.uk with printed versions also available from staffed stations.

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9:32am Tue 10 Dec 13

Slamdoor312 says...

I notice thae new TT is awash with green, highlighting trains that cycles are barred from. And about time too, This releases valauble space which is desperately needed.

Unfortunately, it's completed ignored by arrogant cylists with bikes who continue to cause capacity issues by taking up space on trains where there just isn't any.

The whole thing being compounded by the abysmal lack of enforcement by Greater Anglia. in removing these people.

Time to clamp down GA !!
I notice thae new TT is awash with green, highlighting trains that cycles are barred from. And about time too, This releases valauble space which is desperately needed. Unfortunately, it's completed ignored by arrogant cylists with bikes who continue to cause capacity issues by taking up space on trains where there just isn't any. The whole thing being compounded by the abysmal lack of enforcement by Greater Anglia. in removing these people. Time to clamp down GA !! Slamdoor312

4:52pm Tue 10 Dec 13

mirokou says...

Slamdoor312 wrote:
I notice thae new TT is awash with green, highlighting trains that cycles are barred from. And about time too, This releases valauble space which is desperately needed.

Unfortunately, it's completed ignored by arrogant cylists with bikes who continue to cause capacity issues by taking up space on trains where there just isn't any.

The whole thing being compounded by the abysmal lack of enforcement by Greater Anglia. in removing these people.

Time to clamp down GA !!
Then bring back the guards wagon..Exceptionally selfish travel system in place..And all parties as bad as each other.
[quote][p][bold]Slamdoor312[/bold] wrote: I notice thae new TT is awash with green, highlighting trains that cycles are barred from. And about time too, This releases valauble space which is desperately needed. Unfortunately, it's completed ignored by arrogant cylists with bikes who continue to cause capacity issues by taking up space on trains where there just isn't any. The whole thing being compounded by the abysmal lack of enforcement by Greater Anglia. in removing these people. Time to clamp down GA !![/p][/quote]Then bring back the guards wagon..Exceptionally selfish travel system in place..And all parties as bad as each other. mirokou

9:19am Wed 11 Dec 13

Slamdoor312 says...

Please check your facts before posting.

The 'guards wagon' as you refer to it, is still in place. 99% of trains that operate Norwich services have them. Cycle space is available on those. The green highlighted trains in the new TT do not have them and that's why there is no cycle space and rightfully a 'ban', albeit ignored, which was the point being made.
Please check your facts before posting. The 'guards wagon' as you refer to it, is still in place. 99% of trains that operate Norwich services have them. Cycle space is available on those. The green highlighted trains in the new TT do not have them and that's why there is no cycle space and rightfully a 'ban', albeit ignored, which was the point being made. Slamdoor312

10:25pm Fri 13 Dec 13

TonyLR2 says...

Fully agree Slamdoor 312 - since the end of October, most rush hour trains have been short formation (ie 8 carriages instead of the timetabled 12 carriages), yet still, Greater Anglia staff allow full sized and fully assembled "folding" bikes on to trains where they are banned, taking up valuable standing room for passengers. And safety wise, they would seriously obstruct an emergency evacuation of the carriage
Fully agree Slamdoor 312 - since the end of October, most rush hour trains have been short formation (ie 8 carriages instead of the timetabled 12 carriages), yet still, Greater Anglia staff allow full sized and fully assembled "folding" bikes on to trains where they are banned, taking up valuable standing room for passengers. And safety wise, they would seriously obstruct an emergency evacuation of the carriage TonyLR2

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