Passengers To Help Shape Train Improvements

14 August 2015, 15:00

Fed up of griping about using the trains and not seeing any improvements?

Well two of our rail companies, Great Northern and Thameslink, are creating a "Customer Cabinet board" to help passengers shape the future of their services.

The train operators owners, Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), is looking for passengers to share their knowledge and views to help deliver tangible benefits to both Thameslink and Great Northern services.

GTR Chief Operating Officer Dyan Crowther says:

"This important voluntary board offers a unique forum where views can be shared and practical ideas for improvement can be put before senior managers. We'll give the cabinet the necessary support and a budget for self-generated projects.

We are looking for people with constructive opinions, a desire to support and develop our services and make a real difference.

This is a great opportunity for anyone who is interested in shaping the future of GTR and contributing to the transformation of passenger services."

So, are you interested in the voluntary role?

You need to apply by the 25th of August here: or call Angela Okello, Customer Engagement Manager, on 020 8929 8600 for a postal application form.