Changes aim to drive up delay compensation claim rate

Updated licence requirements came into force on April 1 requiring train operators to provide passengers with clear information about compensation for delays.

UK: Updated licence requirements came into force on April 1 requiring train operators to provide passengers with clear information about compensation for delays. The Office of Rail & Road said the aim is to close the ‘compensation gap’ between passengers entitled to claim compensation for delays and the smaller number ...

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