Timetabling failures and lack of planning for network upgrades caused severe disruption for passengers, the Office of Rail and Road found

The rail regulator has fined Network Rail £2m for inept timetabling and poor planning for upgrades that caused severe disruption at London Bridge station.

The Office of Rail and Road (ORR) said Network Rail had made repeated mistakes in timetabling services in and out of London Bridge, had failed to work properly with train operators, and had neglected to plan in passengers’ interests.

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Source: The Guardian Circular Economy RSS