'Disbelief and discontent' over rail timetable delays [BBC News]

Date: 23/02/2018

Passenger groups have reacted angrily to news that hundreds of train timetables are likely to be published later than usual. Rail users are normally told about new timetables 12 weeks in advance, enabling them to book cheap tickets. But the Rail Delivery Group (RDG) has announced that over the next six months passengers may get as little as four weeks' notice of new train times. It blamed a huge number of timetable changes coming up in May. The change will happen from this Sunday, 12 weeks ahead of the new Spring timetable, and is likely to affect travellers for at least six months.

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New train timetables could be published just four weeks before journeys are due to happen