Save Our Trains: 2022

I need your help TODAY!

In 2017, we told SWR – together with one voice – how rubbish their plans to cut train services were, and we successfully protected our local services.

Now SWR is consulting on new December 2022 proposals – and we need to fight again.

They want to cut three peak services per day. This is not right when we don't know what demand is going to be post-pandemic.

Sign the petition below – and share it with your friends, family and neighbours.

Faster, better, longer trains are part of ‘Our Plan’ for a better North East Hampshire – one of my top priorities to make our constituency an even better place to live and work. I’m fighting for you and have written to the Transport Secretary, but I need your help to send a signal to SWR too!

You can read more at: southwesternrailway.com/plan-my-journey/timetables/timetable-consultation-december-2022

PETITION

SWR Timetable December 2022

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To South Western Railway.

The Humble petition of the residents of North East Hampshire.

Sheweth that urgent action be taken concerning the South Western Railway and the change of their timetable coming into force in December 2022; further that this line is particularly highly valued, especially the Fleet, Hook and Winchfield stations; further that residents and passengers support the May 2019 level of service of four trains per hour during the morning and evening peak-periods; and further that if any morning or evening peak-period services are removed by shortening the peak-period from 90 to 60 minutes this will be detrimental to commuters and is clearly not in the best interests of our community.

Wherefore your petitioners urge South Western Railway to reconsider this decision and retain the existing level of service as at May 2019; and further to make sure that the train timetable considers the economic, social and familial implications to commuters across North East Hampshire.

And your petitioners, as in duty bound, will ever pray, &c

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