2014 press releases and statements

All press releases and statements from January to December 2014 are shown below. Other press releases and statements are available under their relevant year.

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  • Waterloo remains Britain’s most heavily used station

    Press releases & statements

    London Waterloo remains the most heavily used station in Britain clocking nearly 96 million passenger entries and exits last year – an increase of 1.8m (or 1.9%) compared to 2011-12, reveals latest data published today by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR).

  • Cardiff Central still most heavily used station in Wales

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    Cardiff Central remains the most heavily used station in Wales clocking over 11.6 million passenger entries and exits last year – an increase of 130,146 (or 1.1%) compared to 2011-12, reveals latest data published today by the Office of Rail Regulation.

  • Edinburgh sees biggest jump in station usage in Scotland

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    Edinburgh station in Scotland saw the highest increase in passenger use last year clocking nearly 18.9 million passenger entries and exits – an increase of 887,334 (or 4.9%) compared to 2011-12, reveals latest data published today by the Office of Rail Regulation.

  • Regulator's study shows three quarters of rail passengers unaware of compensation and refunds rights

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    Three quarters of rail passengers are unaware of their compensation and refunds rights when trains are delayed or cancelled, reveals a study by the Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) published today.

  • Rail regulator launches ticketing market review

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    The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) has launched a review of the rail ticketing market to understand whether arrangements for selling rail tickets are encouraging innovation and competition to the benefit of passengers.