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Passenger satisfaction figures show Mayor must "do more" to put rail devolution at "heart of the government's transport agenda"

Responding to survey results showing commuters in London and the south east are amongst the least satisfied, Labour’s London Assembly Transport spokesperson Val Shawcross AM said:

“Commuters on suburban routes into London are being left to grapple with high transport costs, overcrowding and delayed services on a daily basis, so it’s no wonder they’re deeply dissatisfied.

“It’s a no-brainer that the only route to more reliable and more affordable trains is to devolve suburban rail services to Transport for London. There’s a far reaching consensus that London should be given more democratic control over its rail services but if we’re to see faster progress Boris Johnson needs to do more to put this at the heart of the government’s transport agenda.” 

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