Strange Statistics

FGW generally start the day recommending customers take a look at the Journey Check website. This site is supposed to list details of delays, cancellations, engineering works, etc. Now we won’t say they’re fiddling the figures, but on more than one occasion, We’ve stood for a train that was some 20 minutes late that didn’t appear on this Journey Check. It looks like the stats don’t match reality. Should customers really have to chase this up?

.. and from Rachael one we can probably all relate to: The Invisible Train:

We’ll be keeping a close eye on that!


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