Expert attacks volatile Borders Railway service [Scotsman]





Date: 11/12/2017

Passengers on the Borders Railway are still suffering volatile punctuality and poor service, two years after its opening teething troubles should have been sorted, according to campaigners. The line between Edinburgh and Tweedbank also suffers from stops being missed and overcrowding, said rail consultant and author David Spaven.


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Expert attacks volatile Borders Railway service

Scotsman

Passengers on the Borders Railway are still suffering “volatile” punctuality and poor service, two years after its opening teething troubles should have been sorted, according to campaigners.

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