Commuter Services Campaign

We all know how much disruption commuters from St Albans have faced in recent months, on a rail service which was barely adequate in the first place. Between November 2009 and January 2010, thousands of St Albans commuters on First Capital Connect services into London faced nightmare journeys as a result of a driver work-to-rule. The situation was further worsened by poor weather and overdue train maintenance in the New Year.
 
During the disruption, Anne led the campaign to get the situation rectified. She was the first to raise the problems in the House of Commons, and has kept an open dialogue with Ministers and FCC Management to push for improvements. Ministers and MPs of all parties have paid tribute to her efforts on behalf of commuters. Anne secured a better compensation package from FCC and continues to hold the company to account and make it clear that the disruption we experienced should never happen again.

Press Releases

24th October 2018

Thameslink fiasco must not be repeated, says Anne Main MP.

4th September 2018

Thameslink service must match ‘sky-high’ prices, says Anne Main MP.

19th March 2018

Passenger service guarantees given to Anne Main ahead of timetable changes.

30th November 2017

Further train improvements still needed says Anne Main MP .

25th October 2017

Anne Main meets Thameslink representatives to discuss developments in the passenger service.

24th July 2017

Anne Main puts pressure on Rail Minister during Thameslink debate.

19th July 2017

Anne Main leads Parliamentary debate on Thameslink passenger services highlighting the unreliable service and calling for an easier refund system, better communication and safer solutions to overcrowding problems.

5th July 2017

Anne Main MP meets transport secretary over ‘vague’ Network Rail.

10th April 2017

‘Enough is enough’, says Anne Main MP over commuter services.

6th December 2016

Rail shake up ‘necessary and long overdue’, says Anne Main MP.

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