Urgent views sought on London rail service
Jonathan Djanogly, our local MP, is seeking your views on the rail service to London by Monday 10th October - please read his email below:
Raising a number of complaints directly with train operator Great Northern Rail, it has become apparent that a significant number of passengers have reached the end of their tether with the service from Huntingdon and St Neots to London Kings Cross.
I have been making representations to Great Northern for some months now. Over the summer I received multiple complaints from constituents who have expressed their frustration at repeated train cancellations and delays. I am no longer prepared just to accept Great Northern’s excuses at face value.
Therefore I am calling for constituents who use Great Northern Rail services to contact me by Monday 10th October with examples of the issues experienced since the company was awarded the operating franchise. I will then present this evidence to Great Northern and the Rail Minister in support of my call for immediate service improvements.
I would urge my constituents to contact me with details of their own experiences so that I can make a full case to the Rail Minister, Paul Maynard MP. If Great Northern is unable to provide a satisfactory service, then it is absolutely right that the franchise agreement should be reviewed by Ministers.
Please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org or write to me at the House of Commons, London, SW1A 0AA.