Overview:Crosscountry Trains: Providing the Rail Services Connecting Britain's Towns and Cities - CrossCountry Trains Ltd won the right to operate the CrossCountry franchise from 11 November 2007 when the Strategic Rail Authority determined that its bid for the franchise was the best value for money and the most sustainable. CrossCountry operates the most extensive passenger rail network in the UK covering 16 million route miles per year; it also operates the longest rail service in the UK - the 08:20 a.m. Aberdeen to Penzance (774 miles). Based in the centre of England in Birmingham, the company serves seven of the country's largest cities and provides 295 services every weekday, which equates to around 30 million passenger journeys per year. It also employs around 1,626 employees. The company does not operate any stations itself, but CrossCountry's trains do call at more than 119 stations stretching from Aberdeen in the north, Stansted Airport in the east, Cardiff in the west and Penzance in the south west. With Birmingham New Street at the hub, its services crisscross the country in a similar pattern to that of the UK motorway system.

This book is on page /0fb06c92acf561788291222b8bb2eff7/book/1603725657-9781781554746. It was written by the following authors: John Balmforth. Book Crosscountry Trains: Providing the Rail Services Connecting Britain's Towns and Cities, which can be read online, published by the company: Fonthill Media. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Transport: general interest. The book was published on 2015-10-15. It has 96 pages and is published in Paperback format and weight 249 g. File for download Crosscountry Trains: Providing the Rail Services Connecting Britain's Towns and Cities has PDF format and is called crosscountry-trains-providing-the-rail-services-connecting-britains-towns-and-cities.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our poumm.fr site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.


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