Crime and safety at London's suburban railway stations

Date published: 
01 January 2006

Crime and safety at suburban stations (PDF)

The Committee found that the franchising arrangements for rail services in London have failed to deliver an adequate standard of station facilities. This report discusses how the fractured nature of management on the railways has failed to deliver, what standards Londoners should expect from their train stations and, crucially, how best to achieve these standards. The Committee has recommended significant changes within franchise agreements for train companies, with a much greater emphasis on passenger safety.

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