Survey shows commuters are very dissatisfied

AN Ely Standard questionnaire is revealing deep dissatisfaction in the city s commuter population. Our continuing survey of people who travel to work by train has already found that a high proportion of commuters cannot get seats during their journey, an

AN Ely Standard questionnaire is revealing deep dissatisfaction in the city's commuter population.

Our continuing survey of people who travel to work by train has already found that a high proportion of commuters cannot get seats during their journey, and many people think the services represent poor value for money.

The questionnaire follows a special Ely Standard feature on overcrowding on peak-time trains to Cambridge and London.

A number of people have commented that services run on time and are reliable, but crowded trains are making a misery of the daily commute.


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Mrs A Baker of Little Downham said: "The expanding commuter population has not been matched by an expanded service and both morning and evening trains are full to capacity, sometimes leaving passengers on the platform."

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INFO: If you would like a copy of the questionnaire, contact our newsdesk on 01353 667831.

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