Talk about Charlton’s rail service this Tuesday

The CCRA helped avert a cut in Charlton's Olympic train service

Charlton Rail Users Group co-convenor David Gardner has some words for you:

Come to the Charlton Rail Users’ Group Open Forum with Southeastern, Network Rail and Greenwich Council next Tuesday 3 July at Charlton Liberal Club, 59 Charlton Church Lane SE7 at 7pm for 7.30 pm.

We have begun to make a big impact but much remains to be done. Come to have your say on a new entrance, a station community garden, what train service we want from the next franchise and getting improved bus links.

And anything else you want to raise, including trains stooping up the platform.

Hope to see you there. It’s our station and rail service. Together, we can make our voice heard.

There’s already a consultation out on the next rail franchise for the area, which Transport for London wants to see (at least in the capital) transformed into a London Overground-style service under its control. But Tuesday’s talk will be more about the here and now issues – has anyone spotted the station canopies have been cleaned?

2 thoughts on “Talk about Charlton’s rail service this Tuesday

  1. Steve Ryan July 2, 2012 / 15:32

    Transport for London take over rail services? Let them sort out tubes and buses first

  2. mlperryman July 31, 2012 / 12:02

    Can you please let me know when the next meeting is? Thanks.

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