Inquiry into May timetable disruption launched

The Office of Rail & Road has formally launched its independent inquiry into the 'recent and widespread' disruption which followed the introduction of the new timetable (Photo: Tony Miles).

UK: On June 13 the Office of Rail & Road formally launched its independent inquiry into the 'recent and widespread' disruption which followed the introduction of the new timetable on May 20.

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