For the first time in decades, three classes of travel could be offered on Britain’s railways. But is it really necessary? Do we even need first class?
On some rail services, ‘first class’ doesn’t officially exist. Were you aware you could take a seat on these trains? And where else might these rules apply?
I thought #TrainPain only applied to commuters fed up with minor regular delays, but then I boarded the 08:26 from Surbiton to London Waterloo last week…
We all have our own individual train horror stories, but is satisfaction with our railways declining across the board? Our research suggests it is…
Today, we’ve revealed that train companies are failing to deal with passenger complaints effectively or sometimes even politely. Given my own experiences, this doesn’t come as a surprise at all.
Today, the government has announced that it will roll out ‘one-click’ compensation across the rail network. It’s a welcome step forward, but we’re calling for more.
You might feel like one of the lucky few if you’ve got a reliable train commute to work. But what if the service has an uncertain future?
Earlier this month, the EU announced it’s giving away 15,000 free InterRail passes to 18 year-old EU citizens. But interrailing isn’t just for teenagers. Would you go?
If your train journey goes wrong, rail companies in certain circumstances have a duty to compensate you. But how often are they honouring this?
Today, Which? recognises Paul Maynard MP’s championing of train passengers’ rights, presenting him with our Positive Change Award. Our guest author on Convo today, Paul discusses his achievements.
From Sunday 20 May, the time of every single train on Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR), Britain’s largest rail franchise, is set to change. Will you be affected?
Thousands suffered overcrowding and disruption on the trains as they tried to get away over the bank holiday weekend. What’s been your worst rail journey?
Network Rail has announced plans to scrap toilet charges at its stations from 2019 – so no more scrabbling around for loose change when you’re waiting for a train. Our guest author, Hannah Jolliffe, asks: should you pay to spend a penny?
Rail companies have finally updated their terms and conditions to ensure passengers aren’t put off of claiming compensation, including seeking reimbursement for consequential losses.