Survey results and what to do next

Our survey is now closed. Here are the final results.

The survey ran from December 20th 2019 to March 1st 2020 and was advertised through the website, on Facebook, in emails and via word of mouth. Thank you to everyone who filled it in. The quantitative results in the charts below speak for themselves.

We need to keep going - here's what to do next

Network Rail's public consultation period has ended, but we cannot rest yet.

Network Rail are now consulting with these statutory and non-statutory bodies.

We need you to get busy writing emails, making phone calls and writing letters to these organisations as your opinions will help sway their official responses.

See the full list of consulting organisations to write to >>

Survey results...

Please share this information far and wide! Thank you.


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