Southern Railway Performance - Redhill to London - May 2016 to May 2017
Kevin Cameron made this Environmental Information Regulations request to Govia Thameslink Railway Limited
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Dear Govia Thameslink Railway Limited,
For this FOI request, I would like to understand the performance of Southern Railway (and Govia Thameslink Railway) services between Redhill & London between the dates of 2nd May 2016 and 2nd May 2017. As a customer of Southern Railway, I would like to further understand their specific performance between these two dates, given the £2696.00 that I spent to purchase a season ticket from Redhill to London Terminals from the company.
To this end I would like to understand the following if at all possible:
- The percentage of trains cancelled prior to arrival at Redhill which were due to terminate at London terminals (London Bridge, London Victoria & London Blackfriars) within the time period state above
- The percentage of trains which arrived into the London terminals (London Bridge, London Victoria & London Blackfriars) late and not on time, that had departed from Redhill, within the time period stated above.
- The percentage of trains which were delayed or cancelled at Redhill that were due to terminate at London Bridge specifically within the time period stated above.
- The percentage of trains that Southern Railway removed from their published timetable during the time period stated above, as part of infrequent strike action, that would have terminated at London Terminals (London Bridge, London Victoria & London Blackfriars)
If some of the above are not possible I would also like to be advised on rewording or advice on how the data can be collated.
Many thanks and I look forward to hearing your response.
Yours faithfully yet massively underwhelmed by service provided,
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members to not work overtime from 29 June 2017. The overtime ban will
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