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Let Southern Railways Know What You Think About Change to Rail Timetable 18 November 2016

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Lewisham Libdems in Forest Hill
CONSULTATION CLOSES DECEMBER 8
Your local Libdems went to meet the managers of the Govia Thameslink Railway (GTR) at London Bridge last Thursday morning. An extensive Consultation has been launched. It sets out proposed change to the timetable which will be operated by GTR in 2018 following completion of the Thameslink Programme.
The consultation document can be viewed :athttp://: http://www.sosouthernrailway.com/your-journey/timetable-consultation/The meeting focused on the possible requirement to change at Norwood Junction when travelling to routes south, such as to Brighton and to Gatwick. It may no longer  be possible to travel directly to East Croydon from Forest Hill or Sydenham. Being required to change at Norwood Junction, where there is no lift, would be detrimental to wheelchair users and people with push-chairs or luggage. The Strategic Planning Manager present said that whether or not the possibility of changing at East Croydon was retained in the timetable would depend on the number of submissions and the amount of correspondence which was sent in on this matter. He gave an email address gtr.timetableconsultation@gtrailway.com or a postal address
GTR 2018 Timetable Consultation, East Side Offices, Kings Cross Station , Kings CrossLondon N1C 4AP to which correspondence can be sent.
The Forest Hill Society has further detail and advice on their website :http://www.foresthillsociety.com/2016/11/southern-rail-consultation-on-cuts-to_49.html

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